at the pool
in a place were people need to walk
Here in the UK we usually call them physiotherapists.
* Don't get physiotherapists mixed up with low brow massage parlors. Physiotherapists have a degree in what they do and it's a job like any other job and there is no reason you should think they would untrustworthy.
physiotherapists need at least a DOUBLE AWARD in GCSE scienceAND also a A- LEVEL in DOUBLE SCIENCE and in PSYCHOLOGY
It depends on what country you are in. If you perform a simple web search with the word physiotherapists and the country or area that you are in you should be able to find what you are looking for.
£250,000 under the nhs.
Yes, and actually most veterinary physiotherapists are not human physiotherapists. They are, however, veterinarians for the most part.
therapists are doctors, but they are of one certain medical field. Physiotherapists are different from Medical practitioners. They are experts in movement and function and help people overcome movement disorders.
Yes they are.
Osteopaths and physiotherapists both have similar work descriptions as chiropractors, but there are definitely also differences. They all use spinal manipulation, but chiropractors are the most well trained in this art. They all use exercise therapy/rehabilitation, but physiotherapists are the most well trained in this practice. They all approach the body holistically, but physiotherapists tend to do this the least. If you are dealing with a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) in the US (different from an osteopath), they are medically trained and can also perform surgeries and write prescriptions.
A stethoscopes is an essential tool for all physiotherapists/doctors. This basic instrument helps them diagnose heart and breathing problems. It is most commonly used for measurement of blood pressure.