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What is the difference between a Physical therapist and physical scientist ?


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Ramya’s Answer

Physical Scientists are people who focus sciences that do not involve living organisms such as physics, geology, chemistry, astronomy. To become a Scientist you would need a terminal degree such as PhD.

Physical therapists are professionals who see patients with chronic pain and other conditions and help them manage their conditions through various exercises. Hope this is helpful.

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Estelle’s Answer

They are very different.

Physical scientists are professionals who specialize in sciences that do not deal with living organisms such as physics, chemistry, astronomy, and geology.

Physical therapists teach patients how to prevent or manage their condition so that they will achieve long-term health benefits. PTs examine each individual and develop a plan, using treatment techniques to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability.

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Dr.Mahad Rashiid’s Answer

Physical science is study of natural science a no live system or things that involved a study of matters, such as Astronomy and chemistry.
-physical therapy is involved rehabilitative health.that is help a patients. That used a equipment to exercises and muscle rehabilitation in oder to excesses to recovery ....

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Maryann’s Answer

Physical scientists are people who love studying the earth and all its processes and components.
Research the earth and non living things.

Physical therapist are professional who help people of all ages with strength balance and ambulation problems. Some specializes in research on living organisms and his responses to help improve health and quality of life.

Hope this helps.

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Carla’s Answer

Hi Maria,

the following website is a great resource for learning more about different careers.

Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Outlook Handbook—
https://www.bls.gov/ooh/mobile/home.htm

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