Physical Therapist

  • (noun): Therapist who treats injury or dysfunction with exercises and other physical treatments of the disorder.
    Synonyms: physiotherapist

Some articles on physical therapist, physical, therapist:

Micheal Clark
... He is also the team physical therapist to the Phoenix Suns ... Clark is currently the NBA’s Phoenix Suns team physical therapist ... Clark served as a physical therapist for the St ...
Physiotherapists - Education - Physical Therapists
... The primary physical therapy practitioner is the Physical Therapist (PT), who is trained and licensed to examine, evaluate, diagnose and treat impairments ... Currently, most Physical Therapist education curricula in the United States culminate in a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree, but many currently practicing PTs hold a Master of Physical ... The World Confederation of Physical Therapy (WCPT) recognises there is considerable diversity in the social, economic, cultural, and political environments in which physical therapist ...
Karen Bill - Life and Career - Physical Therapist
... Bill conducted her therapy business from her own home, near the Lawton Army base ... She took care of elders and people with physical challenges ...
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Famous quotes containing the words therapist and/or physical:

    Deep inside us, we know what every family therapist knows: the problems between the parents become the problems within the children.
    Roger Gould (20th century)

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