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Career of the Week- Physical Therapist

Being a Physical Therapist can be an incredibly rewarding profession. You get to assist people who are trying to get back to normal functioning after severe surgeries or life events. With the goals of helping people decrease pain and increase strength and mobility, this could be just the career for you.
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One of the requirements to pursue this field is a strong understanding of the human body and how it works. A bachelor degree in Kinesiology can be the first step along the path toward becoming a Physical Therapist. For more information on the requirements to get into a physical therapy program, you can click here.

The job outlook is great for Physical Therapists! So if you are interested in this field, do some additional research and/or schedule an appointment with a career counselor by calling 612-624-7577.

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