Who should I see?
All therapists will work under their professions philosophical principles to healing. In today’s modern rehabilitation world, we find more and more overlap between therapies and it becomes difficult to pinpoint who does what. Factors that affect a treatment plan, depending on where the therapist is employed, how the therapist has been trained, and what his/her background is. Each therapist will help you differently compared to the next, even if they are in the same field. I know this might not be the answer you were hoping to hear. Let’s try and break down the similarities and differences between these three therapies:
Here is a quick overview of the three professions to define their differences:
I hope this resource helps bring some light to the similarities and differences regarding the three therapies. A good therapist will take the time to respond, and let you know if another option is better. A good therapist is looking out for your best interest.
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