Physical Therapists (PTs)

PHYSICAL THERAPISTS (PTs) diagnose and treat people who have medical or other health-related conditions or injuries that limit their ability to move or perform functional activities. They help patients recover from physical injuries, diseases, or disabilities, and aim to relieve patients’ pain, improve their body movement, restore function, and limit impairment. PTs work in private offices, clinics, hospitals, and nursing homes, and are required to have a postgraduate degree from an accredited physical therapy program (DPT) or an (MPT).

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