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Physiological Therapeutics - March 19, 2010 9:05:38 PM   
surfinPT

 

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Can anyone tell me what "physiological therapeutics" is?  There is a chiro in our area that states he is "Certified in Physiological Therapeutics" and is offering "Physical Therapy" services. There is no PT on staff. Anyone have some input?
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RE: Physiological Therapeutics - March 28, 2010 11:15:32 AM   
cowboybuboy

 

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Yea, it's the course they have in their chiro school curriculum. They believe that they become qualified physical therapist when they pass this exam. They have a series of board exam that they have to pass in order to practice. One section is regarding physical therapy. Sucks for them as majority does not believe that they can ever become physical therapists no matter how much course they take.

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