Can you have visible tattoos as a physical therapist?
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Furthermore, can PT's have tattoos?
Most medical institutions are okay with a little bit of visible body ink, as long as it's not offensive. Non-visible tattoos are almost always allowed. If your tattoo is not exposed, or it could easily be covered, you'll rarely have problems with the upper management, even if they know about it.
Also, are visible tattoos unprofessional? Tattoos and piercings do not define a person's ability to carry out a successful life, nor do they hinder the person's intelligence. While tattoos or piercings may seem unprofessional, the ink and body jewelry do not do the job —the person does.
Similarly, you may ask, can you be a therapist and have tattoos?
You will not be ruling yourself out of the profession by obtaining a tattoo or piercing. There are psychologists who have tattoos, piercings, and other unique aspects to their appearance. However, you could be taking a step that will lead to many conversations with others regarding your choice.
In which jobs tattoos are not allowed?
Yes, tattoo is allowed in some government job but in many job it is prohibited. Tattoo is prohibited in jobs like IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS, Indian Defence Services, Army, Navy and Air Force etc. Tattoo is allowed in some government jobs like Clerk and Probationary Officer in Banks, Engineering Services, PWD department etc.