Physical therapy or Occupational therapy?

I want to go into a major therapy. I have enjoyed interning at both physical and occupational offices. I've talked to my counselor and she told me that "I-have-to-decide-on-my-own-bullshit"...... I'm a senior in high school and looking into colleges, my problem is for what major, Physical therapy or Occupational therapy? Any opinions, pros and cons?
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Asked Jun 15, 2014
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Answered Jun 16, 2014
Physical therapy is a health profession that aims to rectify impairments and functional limitations caused by a person’s impairments.

Occupational Therapy is another health profession that aims to remediate impairments and functional limitations in order to maximize a person’s ability to perform activities of daily living.

Both Physical and Occupational Therapists work in hospitals, private clinics, schools, skilled nursing facilities, and adult day care centers.

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Answered Aug 21, 2014
shock wave therapy (ESWT) is a treatment modality that has been extensively researched, and clinically shown to accelerate the body’s natural healing process. Shockwave therapy generates strong energy waves for short periods of time.
Answered Apr 26, 2016
Physical therapy or Occupational therapy both needed for a healthy body. There are lots of hospitals, clinic centre available for that.

Answered Dec 02, 2016
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Answered Mar 01, 2017
Talkabout has been a true blessing, with the help of my licensed therapist I was able to get through a dark time in my life.

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Answered Mar 02, 2017

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