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Rehabilitation Therapy Assistant Schools

Train to become a rehabilitation therapy assistant and work to help patients regain their independence. Rehabilitation therapy assistants not only help patients, they also assist physical therapists, teaming up to lessen pain, improve their patients' mobility and flexibility and easing the discomfort from injuries and disabilities in a variety of settings, including rehab centers, mental health facilities, long term care centers, and hospitals.