How to Become a Pediatric Physical Therapy Practitioner
A pediatric physical therapist helps children of all ages recover from injuries and illnesses that affect their mobility. They also help patients with congenital conditions improve their physical abilities. Becoming a pediatric physical therapist requires extensive education, clinical hours, and licenses. In the United States, physical therapists are regulated by physical therapy associations and state boards. In addition to fulfilling all of the educational and licensing requirements, pediatric physical therapists must also be very patient and be prepared to work with children who may not understand why they must attend physical therapy sessions.
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