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What do you wish does someone would have told you before you choose being a Physical Therapist?

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Thank you comment icon Maybe go back to English before you try to do Physical Therapy. Jerry

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Willy’s Answer

Hi Sofia!

Wow, that’s a very hard question for me to answer because no one have ever told me that I should have been in different career and I don’t have any regrets with my career as a physical therapist. In my own personal opinion, avoid everything that you will regret someday or in the future especially in your career! That’s why you have to choose wisely what is the right career path for you! Good luck in your career and happy holidays!
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Richard’s Answer

Long hours studying. Getting into medical school requries good grades. At the medical school I attended, the average GPA is reported to be 3.85, so even one or two B's can hurt your chances of acceptance.
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Sachin’s Answer

Hi Victoria,

Thanks for the question!

Some of the challenges faced by an Occupational Therapist are that the the field is emotionally stressful and the job may be physically demanding . Sometimes, institutional barriers may prevent desired results and you may have to work long hours.

https://otaonline.stkate.edu/blog/the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly-of-occupational-therapy/

Hope that helps!


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