Re: Physical Therapist

Go for the personal trainer certification. Physical therapy is a doctoral degree now and the program I went through cost about $70,000. If you can find a physical therapist who would be willing to let you train patients in their gym that would be a great way to get instant patients who know how important it is to maintain physical fitness. If would not be monetarily beneficial for you to get the DPT degree to work in a certificate level position.

Posted By Mel on March 22, 2010 at 21:58:19:

In Reply to: Physical Therapist posted by Bryant Harris on January 06, 2010 at 15:14:30:

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