When it comes to physical therapy and its benefits, it’s important to keep in mind the physical therapy profession has a long and storied history of being overlooked in favor of other more prestigious professions.

But the physical therapist’s role in older adults’ health and wellbeing is well established.

The American Physical Therapy Association has recognized the importance of physical therapy in treating physical problems for more than a century, and today it provides training and certification to professionals in the field.

Physical therapists, in particular, have a long history of supporting the elderly and disabled, as well as children, people with disabilities, and people with mental health conditions.

And, in many cases, physical therapy is a primary source of care for physical and cognitive impairments.

And while the physical therapists of today have the same general skill set as those of the past, the physical and occupational therapy professions are now rapidly changing.

Today, the demand for physical therapists is growing rapidly, with more and more adults seeking their services.

There are more than 200,000 physical therapists in the United States.

And these are just the physical technicians.

There’s also a growing demand for the medical, dental, and nursing professions, among others.

The physical therapists who work in these fields are also working to help the rest of us—including the older and disabled—get better and live longer.

Today we’ll take a look at the physical therapies in physical therapy that you might not have heard of.

Physical therapy and physical therapy students are getting the same training as those in other fields.

They’re working with the same people and the same equipment.

And they’re getting paid equally, based on their experience and their competencies.

But they’re also getting a lot of new things, too.

There is an increased demand for virtual and augmented physical therapy training, for example.

Virtual and augmented therapy are technologies that use virtual or augmented versions of the same physical therapy equipment to help people with specific physical and/or cognitive impairations.

The training is based on the same basic concepts, and the equipment is the same.

The only difference is the virtual equipment is provided by a company called ELS.

The physical therapy programs in physical education, physical rehabilitation, and occupational therapists programs are also getting better.

Many are incorporating the virtual and virtual-accelerated training into their programs.

These programs are designed to help train physical therapists to be able to provide better physical care and services to people who are physically or cognitively impaired.

The number of physical therapists and physical therapists programs in the country is growing.

And the growth in demand for these professions is growing as well.

This trend is creating an ever-growing pool of qualified physical therapists.

There will always be demand for those who have a strong understanding of physical and physical rehabilitation.

There needs to be a demand for people who have been in the physical profession for years, who are willing to learn new skills, and who can provide care to people with physical or cognitive impairions.

There also needs to remain a demand that is not limited to physical therapists, but also includes other health professionals.

And that’s why it’s so important to be aware of the current state of physical care in the workplace and the future needs of the workforce.