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A Career For Physical Therapy

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Physical Therapy Did you know that the hiring of physical therapists is up thirty six percent at the moment? This means a great job opportunity in this profession. Although becoming a physical therapists is an arduous process by spending both time and money, one can become licensed, learn the skills of the trade, and how they benefit others to truly make a difference in this world.(Physical Therapy Schools & Careers)
Although physical therapist are paid well you have to go through lots of schooling before someone becomes one.It takes about seven years of schooling in total. Then, they specialize in either sports orthopedics, neurology, or pediatrics. A person must be physically fit, having both strength and stamina, the job can be physically demanding. To become a physical therapist, a DPT (Doctor …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that the hiring of physical therapists is up thirty-six percent at the moment, which means a great job opportunity in this profession.
  • Explains that a physical therapist must be physically fit, have strength and stamina, and be able to mingle and talk.
  • Explains that a physical therapist focuses on the treatment of disease, injury, or deformity by physical methods such as massage, heat treatment, and exercise rather than by drugs or surgery.
  • Explains the benefits of going to a licensed physical therapist, including the prevention maintenance, acute and long-term treatment, and much more.
  • Concludes that physical therapy is both economically and physically demanding in school. it can require social and physical skills and help with recovery.
  • Cites gardner, kelly. "role of a physical therapist." apta, 15 apr. 2016, www.apta.org.
  • Cites thecareerzoo's youtube video, "how to become a physical therapist."

It can will require your social and physical skills. It can help with your recovery. Helping with addiction, disease and keeping you out of the hospital.

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