Hepatitis is spread through bodily fluids so unless you are bleeding, urinating, or spreading bodily fluids around there is no reason why you wouldn't be able to practice as a therapist.
And also, US takes a strong stand on anti-discrimination, so as long as you take necessary precautions you can work.
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You must apply through the state for licensing as a Physical Therapist. This site has details: http://www.ecptote.state.tx.us/ Click on "apply for a license" under "Online Services."
Yes, a physical therapist does have a medical degree. You have to learn how to improve a post-injured body part, and how much pressure to apply in what stages.
Once you are qualified as a physical therapist, you can apply through the web site www dot USAJobs dot gov. Build a resume in the web site and start a profile for yourself, then apply. Any openings for physical therapists to work with DoD will be listed here.
Just apply, there are really no pre requirements for kinesiology or physical therapy, you learn all of that at the college you choose.
Majors vary by the Physical Therapy school you apply to, but the most common major require for PT school is Exercise Science.
A physical therapist needs to do the same thing as anyone else that wants to get a massage therapy license. They need to go to an accredited school and pass the state or national exam, then apply for a license in their jurisdiction.
No because if you have HEPATITIS! you might infect the needles and the die for tattoos.
A must to work as a dental nurse is to be Hepatitis B immune
The Foreign Legion you're probably thinking of is the French Foreign Legion, which is an elite unit of infantry, subordinate to the French Army. To be able to apply, you must first physically be in France.
The massage therapist must use touch with sensitivity in order to determine the optimal amount of pressure to use for each person.
you can apply to join the Foreign Legion
No. You must actually go to France to apply.
fist i must be strong and heath and prod to be a french foreign legen
First, they are two extremes within the same field. A physical therapist assistant is a two year associate degree, while a physical therapist must have the minimum of a master's degree in physical therapy, and that may soon change to a doctorate. How many credits will transfer to the associate degree will depend on which courses you complete within your bachelor's degree. For instance, have you completed human anatomy and physiology I and II? These two course alone would take one academic year if you take them within the two regular academic semesters because of the sequential nature of the courses. Thus, how long it would take depends on the courses already completed, which courses were completed, and whether you have all the prerequisite coursework completed in terms of even applying to the master's program, which would take approximately two to three years to complete. Lastly, please understand, that some students feel they can take the physical therapy assistant program and use that as a lead-in to the physical therapist program. Nothing you complete within the associate program (even the professional phase courses) will apply to the master's program.
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In order to apply for the respiratory therapist license, one must graduate from the respiratory therapy diploma program offered at various community colleges. It is important to note that in order to apply for these program, the applicant must have successfully completed the admission requirements for the program.
The laws of the host country apply to foreign nationals working in military treatment facilities overseas.
Technology = knowledge apply that to whatever u mean by physical
apply through physical address
Please correct your question. Are you asking if you can apply work permit in Nepal or foreign country?
In most States, physical therapist assistants are required by law to hold an associate degree. You would have to research colleges that offer the program and complete all the requirements of that program. Some courses from your bachelor's degree will apply to the associate degree in physical therapy assisting. These might include English composition, humanities and social science electives, etc.
Yes, both for physical AND chemical changes!
To become a physical therapist, you first need to complete a bachelor's degree covering all courses needed to enter graduate school. Then you can apply to accredited university programs to receive your doctorate of physical therapy, now required to practice. Graduate school lasts 3-4 years depending on the university's program. To be a physical therapy tech, you could find a community college or technical school that would provide certification. The university degree is better. I know of 3 types of PT jobs: A physical therapist (PT), a physical therapist assistant (PTA), and a physical therapy technician. To be a PT, you would need to graduate with a bachelor's from a university and then attend physical therapy school which ranges from 2-3 years. A PTA is an associates degree (I believe). Both require you to obtain a license to practice by passing a licensure exam. I am a physical therapy tech, and was trained on the job. There are a few full time physical therapy techs at the clinic I work at, but most of us are college students working part time to get experience before applying to physical therapy school.