What is a Physical Therapist?
Physical therapists (PTs) diagnose and treat people of all ages with medical or other health-related problems that limit their physical ability to move. PTs practice in hospitals, outpatient clinics, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, private practice, and other settings
Some physical therapists are
practitioners. Cert. MDT or Dip. MDT designates the practitioner is credentialed by the McKenzie Institute. Although most practitioners are physical therapists, many physicians and chiropractors practice the method.