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New Hampshire Physical Therapy Schools.

Physical therapy schools in New Hampshire provide post baccalaureate education programs that lead to becoming a licensed physical therapist. Physical therapists work with people of all ages from newborns to seniors who are having mobility issues. They learn how to treat, rehabilitate and prevent a variety of injuries and illnesses such as strains, sprains, arthritis, stroke, multiple sclerosis and more. To be admitted to physical therapy school students must possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution with a strong background in anatomy, physiology, biology and mathematics. Most physical therapy programs award a doctor of physical therapy degree while some award master’s degrees in physical therapy.

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