Why did I choose this course:
I was encouraged to take this course, an allied science to Medicine, by my uncle who is working as a Doctor of Medicine in the U.S.A. He told me that if I take this course he would sponsor my studies and help me to work in the U.S.A. Without hesitation, I accepted his proposition and told him I would study the course of Physical Therapy. He consented. The rest of the story follows.
About my college education:
There are much to be learned in this course. The subjects dealing with Physical Therapy are so varied that it embraces the studies of the human body and it's major parts that needed to be given physical therapy.
A physical therapy is about knowing the medical condition of the patient prior to therapy and what medicines or supplemental nutrition are needed by the patients. Most of all, this requires knowing what equipments are needed for the physical therapy of any ailment or injury.
No subject is difficult if the student gives enough time to study it. By studying each subject as thoroughly as possible, the student is sure to pass the subject. This is what I did. I passed all my subjects and graduated with high grades.
Studying this course does not end upon graduation. In actual practice of physical therapy, it needs a continuing study of the new ways and equipments to provide better treatment to the patient for him to recover as fast as possible. Further studies and trainings will enable a Physical Therapist to attain excellence in his field. This will benefit his patients more.
My current job:
I now have my own clinic in Texas, U.S.A. I provide physical therapy to all my patients. I have my own PT equipments.
Am I using what I learned in college:
In my past and present job, I learned in college the values of competence, respect, understanding, and compassion for the patients.
How long did it take to find a job after graduation:
Within a year after graduation, after I passed the Board, I was given a working visa for employment in a hospital in Texas, U.S.A.
Do I recommend studying B.S. Physical Therapy:
I am 100% recommending this course to everybody. Physical Therapy is in demand in hospitals and clinics that offer traumatic patients a post-trauma physical therapy. It is also needed in medical tourism, especially in tourist destination places that offer physical therapy.
There would be more job openings in the medical tourism for PT graduates and the income will be relatively high.
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