Re: physical therapy programs


Hi Nico Tricoci!

I dont know the exact curriculum to get a massage therapy license but for you to have a phhysical therapy license which ususally took many years (in my case its 5 years), you need to finish all the necessary degree units that are needed for you to have a diploma or even for you to take the NPTE. Just consult the school you are planning to take that degree for you to have the proper orientation and the best advise on what subjects should you take and for how long would you study for you to get a BSPT diploma.
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Posted By Painkiller 2010 on May 04, 2010 at 15:47:27:

In Reply to: physical therapy programs posted by Nico Tricoci on May 03, 2010 at 18:49:42:

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