I am a high school sophomore student and i am wanting to become a nurse but dont really know what I need to do to get there.
Im not sure what the difference is. They are similar to me.
I would like to have a good paying job to support myself.
Should I go straight into an university or should I transfer to an university after two years of community college.
How many years of college do I have to go through and what degree do I have to have to be a physical trainer?
As playing sports for nearly all of my life, playing a variety of sports, including, baseball, basketball, football, soccer, I have had a huge interest in playing and helping with sports. As my freshman year in baseball, I tore the Labrum Muscle in my right shoulder. IT had to require surgery, and i
I would like to save as much as possible.
I would like to have a plan for those years of my life.
If one is not accepted into graduate school, is there a way to find out what the admissions counselors disliked?
Will it be told to you in your rejection email? Or do you have to schedule an appointment with an admissions counselor?
Going into this field.
Looking into the field.
I want to rehabilitate athletes but I do not know what degrees I need to become liscenced.
I am a pre-med student and i would like to know which major in sciences or a major of your choice will benefit you when applying for a career or med school
There are many different branches of PT jobs and i would like to go into orthopedics, is that the best route to go?
I just want to know that I will be successful in my job, and I really like the anatomy of the bones and muscles, so I think orthopedics is the right path for me to go.
I'm not the greatest in math but I really love physical therapy and that is my dream job. I just don't want a subject to ruin my whole entire college career
I know I want to study something in the medical field, but I am still very indecisive. Sometimes I think of other careers to focus on but I'm not sure. I need advice on how to choose. I would like to know how a professional decided her/his career.
I want to be a physical therapist however I am not completely sure what I should get my bachelors in beforehand.
I want to pursue this dream of becoming a physical therapist, however, the debt that I will have scares me since that is 7+ years of college.
What kind of job opportunities are available for exercise science majors or strength and conditioning majors?
I'm a student looking to persue one of these majors in college and I'm curious as to all of the various jobs I could do with one of these majors.
I am just curious to see what the variety of things a Physical Therapist comes across in their daily work.
With a physical therapy degree, what doors does that open ? Are you only eligible to work in a PT center/hospital or can you also work for sports teams ? or is that a whole other degree entirely ?
i play softball in high school and i volunteered at a hospital in a PT program which is what really pushed me, but my softball team also had a PT at every game and she really inspired me too. but did her degree go farther ? did she have to specifically have a sports medicine degree ?
What is the hardest part about the job ? i imagine pushing people who are in a lot of pain to do things that will ultimately make them feel better can be tough.
i'm a senior in high school and i'm planning on going into physical therapy and would just like a better understanding of things from someone who's mire experienced. i volunteered at a hospital and worked in the physical therapy department two summers in a row and that's what really pushed me into w
I want to become a physical therapist. However, Google can only tell you so much about what that would be like! I'd like to hear from some people who have worked as a physical therapist before. How well does it pay? What's it like? Do you feel satisfied that you've made a difference in someone else'
I've researched this topic quite a bit, but most of what I've found has been confusing. I'm the kind of person who likes a checklist, but the information I've gathered for this is all catty-wompus! (Excuse my old sayings...)
the question is important for me to know when choosing a major
Was heavily considering getting a degree in this but would like to know so I can be prepared
Do you find the hands-on care of a physical therapist or the executive responsibility of a physician to be more rewarding?
I'm interested in becoming a physical therapist or a physician, specifically a PM&R (Physical Medicine and Rehab doctor). I've heard that physical therapy is one of the most rewarding occupations, but some say it can become monotonous. I've heard that being a doctor also rewarding, but a common
During Med-school, did you ever feel that you were not going to make it and ever be able to pass and become a doctor?
I really want to be a doctor, or something in the medical field higher than an CNA, and I just want to know that although it is hard, it is not impossible.
I am a sophomore in college and I just decided to declare my major as pre physical therapy, and I was looking for a little more insight on the job itself!
I am going to be a first year undergraduate student in the fall at Pacific University Oregon. The most popular majors are the health sciences and I am planning on majoring in Exercise Science. However, I know it is very difficult to get into Doctor of Physical Therapy school after I graduate and I'v
I am about to start college this upcoming fall, and since physical therapy requires a doctorate degree, I have awhile until I am done with school. Although I have some time, I like to think ahead, and I am unsure which setting would best suit me in the field of physical therapy. I have the options o