The Importance Of Being A Physical Therapist

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1. A couple of years ago, I have decided that being a physical therapist was what I wanted to do for my profession in the future. The reason why is that when I see people hurt around town it makes me want to put what I am doing down and go over there and help them.I have always wanted to find a way to help out the community and I figured becoming a physical therapist what right for me. I have always wanted to become one but I never could decide when I was younger. My mom told me that I could become if I just put my mind to it and never give up. She could tell that being one was what I wanted to do. That is when it hit me, I wanted to become a physical therapist.
2. By becoming a physical therapist there are some responsibilities.
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Physical Therapist also need to be licensed with a DTP (Doctor of Physical Therapy) degree. ALL states required Physical Therapist to be licensed.” (Bureau of Labor Statistics).
6. The advance in this occupation is saying how that there will be a job growth for physical therapists which means that new jobs will be added in healthcare segments but it also states in Jobs.net that not every healthcare segment will have a job growth. (Jobs.net). There is a strategy for this and it’s by achieving details offered by the crystal career ball. 7. Time for the work schedule. Some physical therapists work normal business hours, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., but also some may work in the evenings or even on the weekends. I would prefer the normal business hours and some hours on the weekend just because if someone had missed their appointment during the week and they cannot make it up, they can come on the weekend.
8. Let’s take a look at any health hazards in this profession. According to Shmoop, “PT’s do a lot of heavy lifting - moving patients, manipulating multiple body parts, bending, stooping, squatting, and even standing. A PT’s constant movement is extremely taxing and heightens the risk of getting themselves injured.”(Shmoop). 9. Personal qualities that you need to have in order to be able to do this job is to show compassion for your patient prove to them that you care for them, detail oriented which means you should having strong
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