What Kind of education is needed and how long does it take to become a physical Therapist?
Education required to become a physical therapist may be an associate program, bachelor program, or even more with a few continuing education programs to update the skill set in accordance with latest research. The physical therapy is among the highly paid professions and an accredited program from an accredited institute along with hands-on training.
The following is written by and according to the U.S. Department of Labor and particular to the education and training required for physical therapist assistants. Almost all physical therapist assistants earn an associate degree (tow year program of study) from an accredited physical therapist assistant program. Most States require licensing for physical therapist assistants.
There are a number of important factors to consider when becoming a physical therapist and one of these is achieveing the correct qualifications to do so. Courses are offered at univesities and colleges and correspond to the level at which one is hoping to practise. Degrees are needed to become a fully qualified therapist, it is also important to enable one to be placed on the list of registered physical therapists to make sure that the care people recieve is being provided by the appropriate people.
if u want a to be a pta you need a 2 yr associates. To become a physical therapist you need a 4 yr bachelors. I would like to add considering the nature of question, I think the person is looking for what kind not level ..... in physical therapy program you have two major option. One is to pursue campus based education for associate or bachelor program, the other option is to go for a blended (mix of online and campus) which helps you to continue job, work-life balance and go through the theory online. /for hands on training and practicals you have to visit your institute to make sure that you are fully trained to be a physical therapist. In short you have to go through theory and hands-on training yo pursue the program!
Physical Therapist (PTs) restore, maintain and promote the best possible physical health for their patients. They help prevent, identify, correct and alleviate short or long-term movement problems. An injured athlete, a senior citizen dealing with arthritis, and a child with a developmental disability are all examples of people who might work with a physical therapist. Together, they tackle treatments such as movement exercises, strength training, stretching, and activities to promote mobility and function. With education from a physical therapist, a patient can continue their treatment program at home, at work, and during leisure activities.
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