What’s the Difference  Between Physical    Therapy andOccupational Therapy?
Physical Therapy
A physical therapist focusesspecifically on one injury or setof injuries. They work to rebuildmuscle groups. A PT might he...
Occupational  Therapy
Occupational therapists work with patients who are stroke victims and the like, to teach them how to dress and feedthemsel...
For people who have suffered    strokes or other completely      debilitating injuries, just  strengthening the muscle isn...
Basic Info
Both PTs and OTs require special    certification and a post-    bachelors degree. These   occupations are becomingincreas...
the number of OTs in the    workforce is expected toincrease by 26 percent between2008 and 2018, and the numberof PTs is e...
The median wage of a PT in 2008 was $72,790 and for an OT was $66,780. While travel physicaltherapy and travel occupationa...
Visit Us5535 S Williamson Blvd, Suite             774   Port Orange, FL 32128       (800) 330-7711http://www.advanced-medi...
Denver Office 10901 W 120th Ave, Suite 380    Broomfield, CO 80021       (800) 330-7711http://www.advanced-medical.net/com...
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  1. 1. What’s the Difference Between Physical Therapy andOccupational Therapy?
  2. 2. Physical Therapy
  3. 3. A physical therapist focusesspecifically on one injury or setof injuries. They work to rebuildmuscle groups. A PT might help rehabilitate a knee injury a basketball player received, or that lingering shoulder injury from falling down the stairs.
  4. 4. Occupational Therapy
  5. 5. Occupational therapists work with patients who are stroke victims and the like, to teach them how to dress and feedthemselves, and generally liveindependently. OTs are in thebusiness of re-teaching people basic skills, some fine motor skills, etc.
  6. 6. For people who have suffered strokes or other completely debilitating injuries, just strengthening the muscle isnt always good enough. A lot of people lose their most basic abilities, like tying shoelaces orturning a doorknob, and its up toOTs to re-teach them those skills.
  7. 7. Basic Info
  8. 8. Both PTs and OTs require special certification and a post- bachelors degree. These occupations are becomingincreasingly popular, especiallyas the Baby Boomer generation starts to age. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics,
  9. 9. the number of OTs in the workforce is expected toincrease by 26 percent between2008 and 2018, and the numberof PTs is expected to increase by 30 percent. Wages for PTs and OTs are competitive.
  10. 10. The median wage of a PT in 2008 was $72,790 and for an OT was $66,780. While travel physicaltherapy and travel occupational therapy jobs can earn up to $100,000+.Contact Advanced Medical today for more details.
  11. 11. Visit Us5535 S Williamson Blvd, Suite 774 Port Orange, FL 32128 (800) 330-7711http://www.advanced-medical.net
  12. 12. Denver Office 10901 W 120th Ave, Suite 380 Broomfield, CO 80021 (800) 330-7711http://www.advanced-medical.net/company/

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