With physical therapy training now being increasingly available online, we ask: is there a difference between physical and non-physical therapists?

The answer may surprise you.

The article is by Dr Andrew Williams, a clinical psychologist and associate professor at RMIT University.

He is the author of The Psychology of the Body: A Psychological History.

Dr Williams is an expert on mental health, with his specialty being the cognitive and emotional health of people with mental health disorders.

He said: Physical therapists have traditionally been considered specialists, with physical therapists having the expertise to deal with complex physical issues such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and depression.

But that is changing.

Physical therapists can now provide advice for a wide range of different health issues, including anxiety, depression, anxiety disorders, and eating disorders.

In this article, we’ll explore what physical therapy is and how it can help you in your life, and also discuss the challenges and opportunities of being a physical therapy professional.

Physical therapists need to be licensed as a physical therapists in Australia.

That means they can provide a physical examination and clinical assessments.

Physical therapy is not a health care profession, but it does provide a range of services.

It is recognised as an essential component of a person’s mental health and wellbeing.

It is also a critical part of helping to manage stress, anxiety and depression in people with a range and type of mental health issues.

Physical therapist physical therapy includes a range, of therapies, from physical, occupational, and cognitive to emotional and social support, and emotional and behavioural therapy.

Physical Therapy is a highly specialized profession with a focus on physical health, physical and cognitive.

Physical Therapists in Australia are required to have a bachelor’s degree, with a 3.0 or higher on the Australian College of Physical Therapy (ACPT) exam.

Physical, occupational and cognitive physical therapists can also train as physiotherapists and physiotherapist physical therapists.

Physical therapy also includes clinical assessment, treatment planning and intervention, and rehabilitation and social work.

Physical and occupational therapists in the Australian community are also required to be registered physical therapists, which means they are trained in physical and occupational health and welfare.

This is one of the most common occupations in Australia, with more than 1.6 million registered physical therapist occupations and more than 14,000 physical therapy registered occupations in Victoria alone.

In fact, almost half of all Australians aged 15 and over work in the profession, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.

It’s not just physical therapists who need to have physical qualifications, though.

Physical and occupational therapy is also an important part of mental wellbeing, with the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) saying physical therapists are the key providers of mental and emotional services in Australia for all ages.

The NHMRC also points out that physical therapy and mental health care is a cost-effective way to provide emotional support and help people cope with mental illnesses.

So if you’re looking to make the transition to a physical or occupational therapy career, check out our guide to getting started.