"Welcome to the Wellbeing and Career World Podcast, I am delighted to be chatting with author, speaker, physical therapist, martial artist, dancer, and former chronic pain patient. Cheryl published the award-winning and best-selling book, “Forever Fit and Flexible: Feeling Fabulous at Fifty and Beyond" in 2016. With over 20 years’ experience as a physical therapist in private practice, Cheryl has helped thousands of clients recover from pain and injuries by integrating the science of physical therapy with the art of movement. Cheryl believes that everyone can enjoy vibrant health and vitality, at every stage of life.
Cheryl is also a second-degree black belt in an ancient Japanese martial art called Ninpo Tai Jutsu.
From her own experience of beginning training at the tender young age of 47 and becoming my teacher’s first female black belt 10 years later, she discovered that there is an incredible amount of
strength and power in each and every one of us, just waiting to be unleashed. Cheryl recently published her second book, "The Reluctant Ninja: How A Middle-Aged Princess Became A Warrior
Queen," which chronicles my crazy journey in the world of men and martial arts and is receiving rave reviews, much to my relief!
On today's podcast we will be chatting about Journey to becoming a Physical Therapist.
A warm welcome to the podcast Cheryl Ilov
Cheryl answers some of the questions asked below during the podcast or answers questions as part of the conversation.
I gave a brief introduction about your background, Can you let
listeners know more about your background? Cheryl, can you explain the role of a Physical Therapist? When did you decide to follow a career as a Physical Therapist? Are there any subjects in school which may need more attention than others to pursue a career as a Physical Therapist? How many years of study is needed on average and do you need to constantly do recurrent training?
What is the average starting salary and what salary can be expected? What is the most enjoyable part of the job and the least
part in your own experience(if any) You are the Author of Forever fit and flexible and The reluctant Ninja ? can you explain what people can expect from these books? Cheryl you offer a wide range of services touching on topics like health, nutrition, exercise, and movement ?Can you explain in more detail the services you provide? Where can people get in contact with you on Social Media?
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