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What are the daily challenges that a Doctor of Physical Therapy faces during the work day?

I am curious because I am extremely interested in becoming a Physical Therapist and I want to know what it is like on a daily basis to help me decide that it is what I really want to do. #physical-therapist...

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Active Oct 14 '17 at 22:01

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Posted by LeAnne S.

What are the most bizarre things a Physical Therapist is going to encounter in their career?

I am just curious to see what the variety of things a Physical Therapist comes across in their daily work. #physical-therapist...

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Active Feb 08 at 03:06

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Posted by LeAnne S.
Jeremy Hinton | Physical Therapist at Legacy Health Depends what you mean by bizarre. There are many genetic conditions ...

Should I major in kinesiology before going on to get my doctorate in physical therapy?

I want to be a physical therapist however I am not completely sure what I should get my bachelors in beforehand....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Lyndsay S.
Brendon Larsen, PTA | Physical Therapist Assistant & Academic Mentor Kinesiology, Human Anatomy or Exercise Science/Physiology are all great, traditional, options. ...

Would it be better to tranfer to an university to study pediatric physical therapy?

Should I go straight into an university or should I transfer to an university after two years of community college....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:53

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Posted by Lyndsey H.
Brendon Larsen, PTA | Physical Therapist Assistant & Academic Mentor I would disagree with Sophia (but really it's just my opinion.) ...

What is the average pay for pediatric physical therapist?

I would like to have a good paying job to support myself....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:53

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Posted by Lyndsey H.
Brendon Larsen, PTA | Physical Therapist Assistant & Academic Mentor Your setting will do more to determine your earning potential than ...

Is Kinesiology the right major to become a physical therapist?

I am going to be studying kinesiology and want to make sure this is the right amor choice for my future career goals....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:21

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Posted by Jessica S.
Margaret Adamson | Currently seeking opportunities Physical Therapy school is usually very difficult to get into. There ...

Is it a good idea to specialize in a specific area of Physical Therapy ?

If so, what area would be best? I'm trying to think in the future what exactly I want to do. Thank you! #physical-therapist...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:22

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Posted by Kirsten K.
Deborah R. Brandt, PT, DPT, CMA | Sense, Think, Move, movement activities for groups Eventually you would probably want to specialize in a specific area ...

Majors for physical therapist

i want to be a physical therapist but there is no physical therapy undergraduate major. what bachelors degree would help me most to succeed in studyin physical therapy for my doctorate?...

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Active Sep 28 '17 at 21:36

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Posted by zoe H.
Elise Brown | Pediatric Physical Therapist Physical therapists usually have an undergraduate major of exercise science, kinesiology, ...

How was the feeling of doing on hands work in college?

I am a senior at KIPP Renaissance High School in New Orleans, LA im trying to find more information on how to become a Physical Therapist. I would appreciate any information you guys can give me. #PT #physical-therapy...

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Active Sep 01 '17 at 11:49

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Posted by Coreyneisha B.
Deborah R. Brandt, PT, DPT, CMA | Sense, Think, Move, movement activities for groups http://www.moveforwardpt.com/Default.aspx http://www.apta.org/Careers/ Hi, These are two links to different parts of ...

Do you have any advice for me to become a Physical Therapist?

I am a senior at KIPP Renaissance High School in New Orleans, LA I'm trying to find more information on how to become a Physical Therapist. I would appreciate any information you guys can give me. Please and thank you. #PT #physical-therapy...

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Active Aug 31 '17 at 11:44

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Posted by Coreyneisha B.

What is the most difficult part of becoming a physical therapist assistant?

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Active Apr 20 at 18:10

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Posted by Noemi H.

I have chosen to go to school for Physical Therapy. I am wanting to know is there anyone else who has chosen this path, and if so was it hard obtaining a job once you graduated?

I am going back to school after 12 years of being out. I have heard good and bad things about this career choice, and I want to endure that I am not going to be graduating in a field where I will not be able to utalize my degree. #physical-therapy...

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Active Apr 20 at 21:26

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Posted by Neateshia W.

Is a physical therapist pay grade based off your location or popularity/experience?

I wanted to know should I open my own clinic in my home state and stay home bound or should I move where more help is needed in my profession once I get to that state of progress. #physical-therapy...

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Active Apr 20 at 23:48

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Posted by Alexas B.

Are there any scholarships available for Physical Therapy students?

As a PT student, I am finding it difficult to find scholarships specific to my field of study. #physical-therapy...

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Active Apr 22 at 21:55

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Posted by Adam S.
Jordan Rivera | Community Manager at CareerVillage Great question Adam. I'm sorry no one's answered it yet! In ...

What stepping stones should I take in becoming a Physical Therapist?

I go back and forth in what my first steps should be in becoming a Physical a Therapist. Volunteer at hospitals and private practices or shadow athletic trainers and physical therapists....

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Active Mar 12 at 23:31

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Posted by Diego G.
Tali Speizman | Physical Therapist PT,DPT,CSCS That's a great question. I appreciate when people take initiative and ...

Where are physical therapists needed the most?

I want to be a PT for athletes or people that have gone through surgery and need rehab to get back to the way they were before the injury or surgery. #sportsmedicine...

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Active Jan 25 at 08:23

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Posted by Allyson P.
Scott Himes | Dedicated - Determined - Sports Minded Professional I think you'll find yourself having multiple options for this profession. ...

Has anyone here done physical therapy?

If you have got your degree in physical therapy and got a job, please tell me about it! #physical-therapy...

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Active Oct 12 '17 at 09:58

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Posted by Shanya G.

How much does a pediatric physical therapist get paid on average?

I am interested in becoming a physical therapist, and am going to be studying kinesiology....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:21

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Posted by Jessica S.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Check the link below. http://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Pediatric_Physical_Therapist/Salary

In order to get a doctrate degree in Physical Therapy, what are the possible majors i could do?

I am a senior in high school looking to go to texas state university, they offer a doctorate in PT but not a major and I was wondering what I needed to major in to get my doctorate....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:09

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Posted by Sophie A.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Sophie, Physical therapists generally major in biology, anatomy or another ...

How can I begin to prepare for my major?

I am studying Kinesiology in college to become a Pediatric Physical Therapist. I know I will begin those specific studies later in college after gen eds, but i want to begin to prep for it. How do i do so? How do i start internships? #hospital-and-health-care...

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Active Mar 13 at 22:33

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Posted by Sydney L.
Cecily Schwimmer MS,CNM,NP | Advanced Practice Clinician. Clinical trainer and consultant Wow. That is so cool that you have such a specific ...

How much debt will I be in?

I'm going to owe about $30,000 for 6 years and I was wondering how long it will take me to pay off my college debt? #finance #physical-therapist...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:30

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Posted by Meagan T.
Karen Renaud | underwriter asst at AIG Insurance HI. I do not know what your degree is in. Depending ...

Is it possible to major in psychology and then have a career in physical therapy?

I'm interesting in going into a psychology major as well as a math major, but I would like to keep my options open if I decide to go into physical therapy, but I do not want to do more than a double major in college, because that would be overwhelming. So I want to know if there is a major that...

#sports-medicine #physical-therapy #psychology

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:04

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Posted by Marie S.
Caitlin Grimwood | Physical Therapy Licensed Applicant at Kaiser Permanente Hi Marie, I just graduated physical therapy school and double majored ...

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. #doctor...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:43

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Posted by Olivia B.
Deborah R. Brandt, PT, DPT, CMA | Sense, Think, Move, movement activities for groups I went to school for physical therapy. I did not believe ...

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...

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Active Oct 11 '17 at 21:13

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Posted by Brianna W.
Deborah R. Brandt, PT, DPT, CMA | Sense, Think, Move, movement activities for groups Please never push people into doing something that causes them pain. ...

What careers are out there with a degree in kinesiology?

I am a high school student interested in in physical therapy, but looking for a plan B and Plan C #kinesiology...

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Active May 22 at 15:50

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Posted by Morgan W.
Letita McMillian | Implementation Success Manager This was once a degree I considered due to my passion ...

If I don't get into grad school right away, where should I start looking for work with my current degree even though Biology isn't my intended focus.

Hello all, I am a recent graduate with a Biology degree. I would like to put my focus into grad school and possibly pursue a career in PT or Athletic training. Because of my basic GPA(2.9), I feel as if I won't get into the schools that I want. Also, because my school only offered a degree in...

#graduate-school #biology #physical-therapy

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:09

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Posted by Kenneth L.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Kenneth, With your major in Biology, you can work as ...

How much a year do physical therapists make? Does it depend on where you work?

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:19

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Posted by Jessica K.
Gabriel Fig | Experienced Higher Educational Professional & Certified Appreciative Advisor Hi Jessica, Thanks for the question. You can find very detailed ...
Mary Katherine Baker | Doctor of Physical Therapy A few options are: - Biology - Exercise Physiology -Kinesiology - ...

As an athletic trainer, what is the feeling you get when you rush on the field or court to help a player?

I would love to be an athletic trainer. I want to help players recover faster and find ways to prevent injuries. #athletic-training #athletic-trainer...

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Active Oct 19 '17 at 11:31

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Posted by Branisha S.
Christina Nguyen | MS, ATC Hi Branisha! The feeling you get when you're a student vs ...

Hardest part of becoming a PT

What is the hardest part about becoming a Physical Therapist? #physical-therapist #physical-therapy...

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Active Apr 03 at 08:35

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Posted by Hayley K.
Joe LaFerriere | Product Technologist - Dell Solutions Excellence Center Hi Hayley...while I am not a PT, my experience comes from ...

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