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Physical Therapy Schools

Your online resource for Physical Therapy Schools and Career Information. Physical therapy schools offer four-year degrees for students who want to become physical therapists and work with people who are injured or who suffer from disabilities and need therapy to help with their conditions. Physical therapists work with patients to improve mobility and increase their healing abilities by working body parts that are injured or disabled. The training involves a bachelor's degree education that consists of physiology and anatomy classes, kinesiology, medical ethics and other related courses. There is graduate training that comes along with a physical therapy career, as well. For those people who want less schooling, a two-year physical therapy assistant education can be obtained so that they can work as an assistant to licensed physical therapists. Regardless of the choice of career, working in physical therapy requires strong communication and interpersonal skills as well as a good understanding of the human body and how it works. Future job opportunities are plentiful in this industry, because it will be seeing substantial growth like other healthcare areas in the years to come.

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