Physical therapists help people get back on their feet as they recover from surgery, illnesses and accidents. These professionals are crucial in the recovery process as they work with patients to help them move properly again, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability.
In order to work as a physical therapist, you must graduate from a physical therapist educational program with a master's or doctoral degree; and then you must pass a licensure exam. You can also explore becoming a therapist's assistant; you will need to complete a two-year program and pass an exam. In either case, you will be prepared for a profession that will always be in great demand and will provide you joy as you help others .