The number of Physical Therapist Assistants (PTA) is on the rise. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the PTA industry is projected to grow by 30% from 2016 – 2026. If you are a PTA part of this growing industry but you are looking to become a Physical Therapist (PT) then you have come to the right place. There are a few differences between a PTA and a PT. So if you are interested in going from being a PTA to a PT this is the article from you. This article will outline the path from a PTA to a PT.

The Path From a PTA to a PT

From education, to responsibilities, there are certainly some big differences as you go on the path from a PTA to a PT. However, there are also plenty of amazing benefits when you go from a PTA to a PT. Benefits such as the job opportunities, salary, and of course the travel therapy opportunities and locations. After all, we couldn’t talk about the path from a PTA to a PT without mentioning the travel therapy opportunities and travel PTA jobs.

To help you properly navigate the path from a PTA to a PT, our friends at Allied Travel Careers created this infographic to help. Print this infographic, put it on your refrigerator, or bookmark this page so you can always reference this guide.


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Hopefully you enjoyed reading this infographic to help you on the path from a PTA to a PT. If you are interested in being a travel therapist, you are in the right spot. Host Healthcare offers an extensive list of travel therapy jobs. In addition, call specific recruiter directly or if you don’t have a recruiter, call (844) 812-8094 and one of our friendly recruiters will be happy to help.