Exercise Physiology vs. Physical Therapist?

Question by ohitsjujubean22: exercise physiology vs. Physical Therapist?
so i am a freshman right now in college and i am majoring in exercise physiology.. I was researching what i can do this degree and it said “exercise specialist in cardic rehab” then i looked at PT and it said i can get a job in very different fields like orthapedic, geriatric, and cardiovascular and pulmonary rehab. My question is if i wanted to work in a hospital helping patients get up to speed after a heart attack or surgery which degree should i get? also i would like to do some personal training on the side though becuase i love exercising and keeping healthy but i also love helping people, esp old people..so whats your advise?

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Answer by Kendall Sylvan
My advice is to ask the question in a section other than martial arts.

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