If I could earn a living doing what I love the most, it would be being a physical therapist. Being a physical therapist isn’t what I always dreamed about but it is something I pushed to become and will be accomplishing. Helping the impaired physical and mentally is a task I find enjoying and satisfying. Coming off with somewhat of an experience, due to my mother having Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, has drove me to a direction where I want to help others; finding ways to take away the pain the person has to endure with or without their control. A job of an physical therapist is to study long and hard to help ease people of all ages with medical problems or other health conditions that limit their abilities to move and function everyday tasks. I believe being a physical therapist can change the world because the field of work can implement necessary exercises for older adults, be involved in leading exercises programs at senior centers, and make a difference at community fitness centers, hospitals, sports medicine clinics, and physical therapy offices. With these, it can help the world shy away from physical pain. Without a physical therapist who will create plans to reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability.