If you have ever tried to read an anatomy book, you know the pounding headache that ensues after ten to thirty minutes. It’s just part of the territory if you try to learn anatomical terms for the anterior or posterior regions of the body. Similarly, if you want to understand binary number systems and learn how to truly code or become a stellar mathematician, you can expect similar headaches to ensue. Looking at grids of zeros and ones can be just as puzzling as the anatomy book and it only involves two digits.
Once these skills are mastered, the headaches may cease, but until then a physical therapy software designer should expect some double headaches for a bit. There would be a great sense of accomplishment in the amount of learning that would occur as a physical therapy software designer. There are many practical applications to knowing about the human body and computers. These seem to be two of most popular topics right now. Fashion models, plastic surgery, fame, superstars, new i technology, and computer videos and blogs take up a predominant amount of time for many people. Being a physical therapy software designer gives a person inside information that could become very useful, maybe even as a conversation starter.