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physical

adjective actual, bodily, carnal, concrete, corporal, corporeal, earthly, embodied, flesh and blood, fleshly, human, incarnate, material, materiate, mundane, natural, nonspiritual, organic, real, sensible, sensual, sensuous, somatic, substantial, substantive, systemic, tangible, temporal, unspiritual, worldly
Associated concepts: physical assets, physical condition, physical contact, physical control, physical damage, physiial delivery, physical depreciation, physical disability, physscal force, physical impairment, physical injury, physical loss, physical property
See also: bodily, concrete, corporal, corporeal, mundane, tangible
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By sharing these personal stories about real people, we hope to inspire people to see a physical therapist.
Department of Labor's Occupational Outlook Handbook, the median annual salary for physical therapist assistants was $49,690 in May 2010, and APTA notes that income may depend on position, experience, education, geographic location and practice setting.
Of the 212 accredited physical therapist programs, 207 are at the doctoral level, and the remaining five will be by 2015, as mandated by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education.
Christopher Music, a high percentage of private practice physical therapists pay their staff well and then deprive themselves of the fruits of private practice ownership.
About 630 physical therapists and 66 physical therapist assistants are registered in Alaska, according to Connie Petz, physical and occupational therapy licensing examiner for the State, with about 425 physical therapists and 48 assistants giving Alaska addresses.
Physical Therapy Assistant: Physical therapist assistants (PTAs) graduate from universities, community colleges, or technical colleges with an associate's degree after two years of study.
Your orthopedist or a sports-oriented physical therapist would be able to evaluate these conditions.
Starting at the beginning of each year, the special needs preschool teacher, the speech and language therapist, the occupational therapist and the physical therapist met weekly to determine if the laptime activity would effectively meet the goals of each specific child.
The physical therapy program is planned via a team approach among physiatrist, staff geriatrician, and the physical therapist.
Work with a physical therapist or other health care professional to rehabilitate your hip.
SALARIES: Your salary will vary, depending on the number of years you work as a physical therapist.
The physical therapist is an important member of this multidisciplinary team, whose services include those that address the psychological, spiritual, vocational, and physical health of the individual.

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