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active Feb 15 at 20:35

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

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active Nov 04 '16 at 12:23

How did you decide on what you wanted to be?

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.

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active Jan 17 at 00:54

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 ?

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active Oct 23 '16 at 17:19

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

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active Oct 23 '16 at 16:48

What is being a physical therapist like?

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'

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active Dec 01 '16 at 23:22

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

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active Oct 06 '16 at 20:17

Should I choose an obscure major for Physical Therapy school or stick with Exercise Science?

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

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active Oct 06 '16 at 20:47

What setting would be the best for me to work in as a physical therapist?

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

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active Oct 01 '16 at 23:28

Should I major in Biology or Kinesiology to get accepted into Physical Therapy school?

I want the best possible chance to be accepted into Physical Therapy School after I receive a BS degree. Kinesiology is the recommended program, but it is the largest program at the school I plan to attend. Would I have a better chance of being accepted into the professional Physical Therapy progr

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