Physical Therapy Jobs

Soliant provides physical therapy jobs all over the country in healthcare settings such as hospitals, outpatient care centers, rehabilitation centers and long-term care facilities. With Soliant, you’ll enjoy competitive compensation, excellent medical benefits, paid travel and more. All with complete flexibility to work where you want, when you want, in the setting and specialty you want.

As a physical therapist, you help patients improve their mobility, relieve pain and overcome physical disabilities from an accident, illness or injury. And just as you have a major impact on your patients’ quality of life; Soliant can have a major impact on yours. With top benefits, a massive client list that lets you choose where you want to live, an incomparable support network and top-notch physical therapist jobs.

Physical Therapy Duties

There continues to be a high demand for physical therapists across the country. These are professionals who assist patients by reducing their level of pain and helping them to improve or restore their overall mobility. Many physical therapists are able to help their patients achieve excellent results without ever needing surgery. The goal is to get patients to reduce their dependence on prescription medications to the point that they can reduce their use in deference to other strategies that result in far fewer side effects.

Physical Therapy Education Requirements

In order to become a physical therapist, you must have earned a graduate degree from an accredited physical therapist program before taking a national exam. Passing this exam is what determines whether or not you will be permitted to practice. This is a type of specialized education that will help you assist others in restoring and improving their range of motion.

Physical Therapy Job Market

More than 200,000 physical therapists are licensed in the United States. The salary earned for physical therapists is based on experience and education, along with the location of the practice. Physical therapists are able to work in numerous types of settings. These include hospitals, private practices, outpatient clinics, health care agencies providing treatment in home, schools, sports clubs and teams and fitness facilities. Physical therapists are also in high demand in various work-related settings and senior citizen care facilities. It is important to note that state licensing is required in any state that you wish to practice your profession in.