This is a very simple and Amerocentric look at how to become a Physical Therapist. Despite this it does have some useful information about what to expect out of a career as a Physical Therapist and a breakdown of where PT’s work.
Here’s an infographic created by Utica College that illustrates 10 points that you may not know about physical therapy. If you’re a PT then you already know most of this information but if you’re just learning about the field, perhaps it will be informative. It may also be useful if you’re considering a career as a physical therapist. For more on that topic please see this article: Becoming a Physical Therapist.
While this infographic is focused more on physical therapy in the United States, the data is likely applicable to many other countries. I would be interesting to find the same type of data for other countries. If you’ve seen data like this, feel free to drop us a line.
Fruit juices are often portrayed by their manufacturers as a healthy alternative to soda / pop. This infographic illustrates that this image is not only false but that they are often even less healthy; less healthy at least in turns of calories and sugar content. Even though it paints a simplistic picture of the situation, it’s interesting to see how much sugar is in these ‘fruit drinks’. And I thought colas had a ton of sugar!
Thanks to http://www.healthscience.net for creating this (hyperlink removed as this site no longer exists).