Therapists who provide excellent treatment and deliver quality care every day is why we are so proud. The following are excerpts from numerous follow-up letters and notes from actual patients. These have been included to provide real-life validation of how Fyzical™ helps clients reclaim their life back. Love Your Life! Get Fyzical™.
A big thanks to everyone who took the time to share your successes. Your kind words and descriptive results are providing prospective clients with an honest assessment of our staff and treatments.
Without you there can be no triumph. Because physical therapy without the client is only intent in want of involvement. However inspired, it is like rain without water, only a hope. Because you love your life, your independence, your day… we exist.
We exist to Repair and Rejuvenate. This is our mandate. Thank you for allowing us to rejoice with you through these testimonials.
Forbes has recently ranked physical therapy as one of the top careers for 2014. With the rapid growth of Fyzical, there will be plenty of opportunities over the next year for PT's, PTA's and more! Make sure to check out our careers page to stay up to date with the latest job opportunities.
"Physical therapists (PTs) have been listed among the career paths with the strongest recent growth and most potential for expansion in the future, with rates of increase greater than registered nurses and database administrators, among others.
According to rankings from Forbes magazine, PTs are the fifth strongest-growth professionals, behind software developers and market research analysts, but ahead of web developers and petroleum engineers. The ratings were based on a recent study (.pdf) by Career Builder and Economic Modeling Specialists Inc.
The Career Builder study projects that the US workforce will grow by 4.4% 2013–2017 and estimates the PT workforce to increase by 13% during the same time. The study's total projected number of PTs in the workforce is roughly similar to projections generated by the APTA Workforce Task Force, which has created supply and demand scenarios based on rates of attrition and other factors."