Physical therapy is a branch of physical medicine and rehabilitation that specializes on physical functions of the human. It helps patients to move and perform a variety of daily tasks better and in a more efficient way, and may improve quality of life by restoring some physical functions. Physical therapists provide the examination, diagnosis, and treatment plan for patients who have some problems with locomotion, motor function, or some other issues with movement. To establish this plan, specialists need to access the patient’s medical history and conduct a variety of tests. Also, physical therapists do the job of educating individuals on self-care at work and home circumstances as well as teaching and helping them to perform therapeutic exercises. Many therapists specialize in some particular clinical area like neurology, pediatrics, orthopedics, or sports medicine. This sector of employment is developing rapidly, and the number of workplaces over the past decade has grown by more than thirty percent. Used textbooks on physical therapy are mostly highly priced, so if you’re willing to earn some cash quickly and get rid of books you no longer need, sell your guides on BooksRun.com! Check out the Cardiology, Pediatrics, and other Medical categories.