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Physical Therapy

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When a person suffers an injury whether it be a broken leg, broken arm, a torn ligament or cartilage due to something that happened in a sporting event or in any other activity they were doing in their everyday lives, they need someone to help them help themselves get back to how they were before they suffered the injury. There is always a desire to be able to continue with the sport they were involved in or to continue with their everyday life activities that they were not able to continue with due to the injury. That is when the work of a physical therapist is needed to help reduce the pain of the patient by giving him or her workouts to do so that the person can improve or restore their mobility. There are many things that are involved with the career of a physical therapist that not everyone thinks about which are working with other branches of the medical field. As well, it is a long road to become a physical therapist, which includes the time and money one must invest in educational preparation. A physical therapist is a very well respected profession in any part of the world and are always going to be needed for the reason that people in every part of society suffer injuries everyday where they can't heal without the help of a well studied professional. For that reason, a physical therapists make about $80,000 dollars a year depending on where they work and what type of therapy work they do. For example, if one were to work in a city or state where there was not a lot of physical therapists and there was a major need for a physical therapists in that area, they could be making a lot more money than an area where there are a good amount of physical therapists. The special type of physical therapists also determines how muc... ... middle of paper ... ... of time. Physical Therapists work with many different branches in the health field to ensure to the best of their abilities their patients health. It is not an easy road to become a physical therapist as it takes four years of college education, an extensive amount of hands on practice, and a financial plan. Those things are all very important when becoming a physical therapists and all helps out later when working with patients. If the road to becoming a physical therapist was easy there would not be such a shortage of quality physical therapists. If someone has the courage, dedication, and work ethic to brave the long road of becoming a physical therapist there is a great chance they will be able to find a good job upon graduation. Those that do choose this career pathway will be rewarded with the opportunity to improve the quality of life for their patients.

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that when a person suffers an injury, they need someone to help them get back to how they were before the injury. a physical therapist helps reduce the pain of the patient by giving him or her workouts to do so that the person can improve or restore their mobility.
  • Explains that physical therapists make about $80,000 a year depending on where they work and what type of therapy they do. some species require more college education and hands-on practice before they begin working with patients.
  • Explains that patients need to be recommended to a physical therapist for many reasons, such as to insure their health to the best of their abilities.
  • Opines that physical therapy is not the key to getting better in some circumstances, such as when someone has a torn ligament or cartilage where they cannot get better unless they undergo surgery.
  • Explains that physical therapists must be prepared to encounter many situations on a daily basis, such as having to work with people that don't corporate, which can be unhelpful when trying to help that patient better themselves out.
  • Opines that physical therapists work with many different branches in the health field to ensure to the best of their abilities their patients' health.
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