Mobility Without Pain
After exploring many career choices, I observed a Physical Therapist and found my future occupation. The purpose of each muscle and its relationship to the body is intriguing. To design an exercise program and support a patient in his/her journey to mobility without pain is a rewarding and interesting task. The interaction between the therapist and patient establishes an important relationship involving trust, friendship, and shared accomplishment. To reach my goal, I must first receive a B.S. degree in Biology and maintain a strong QPA. I have completed my first year and am committed to continuing my path in this field of study. After completing my degree in Biology, I will transfer to affiliate school to expand my education and receive my doctorate in Physical Therapy. The responsibility of successfully assisting a person recovering from a stroke, illness, or injury is an extensive one, but one look forward to tackling. Watching someone in pain, having difficulty moving, and completing daily tasks, and later having mobility with less discomfort will increase the quality of life for those I will be able to help. This career choice integrates all the aspects I enjoy in a career: interaction with others, helping those in pain, developing a variety of techniques to achieve success, and a feeling of accomplishment from an effective program, and a focus on exercise as a treatment. A career must be loved first and a source of income second.