Physical Therapy Assistant Guide

Welcome to the PTA Guide, a physical therapy assistant education & career resource. We have everything you need to become a licensed PTA in your state. A few of the helpful things that you'll find here are information resources by state such as tools and info on PTA Schools, PTA license requirements, PTA Jobs, PTA salary data for states & major cities.
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How to Find the Best Physical Therapist Assistant Jobs

Actually landing the perfect Physical Therapy job is certainly a challenge, but sometimes just finding the best job opportunity is your biggest hurdle. Let’s face it, you have your PTA degree and your licensed, so chances are you are qualified for that perfect PTA job – now you just need to find it so you can apply! Physical Therapist Assistant jobs are in extremely high demand, so the perfect ... READ MORE

Physical Therapy Assistants Help Others Live Better Lives

MossRehab is so totally awesome that we are going to have to write a whole post dedicated just to them sometime.. but for now let's just introduce how they use physical therapy to help others live better lives. Plus you are probably wondering what that surfing picture has to do with this article. :) In a nutshell, MossRehab sends volunteer therapist, doctors, and nurses to a one day event to ... READ MORE

Olympic Physical Therapy – PTs Enjoy the Gold Too

Are you a Physical Therapist, or PTA, who loves sports and working with athletes? Have you ever watched professional sporting events and thought it would be awesome to get to practice physical therapy with professional athletes? Well, dream no more. The opportunity is real. You can volunteer to become an Olympic Physical Therapist and work with professional athletes at the Olympics. Olympic ... READ MORE

Physical therapy students design vehicles for kids with developmental disorders

The Indiana University Doctoral Physical Therapy program achieved a wonderful feat of imagination and progression for children with developmental disorders that prevent them from walking or hinder their mobility. Using popular children's electric vehicles they re-designed the vehicles so that children with developmental disorders preventing them from walking could use the vehicles to get ... READ MORE