Every state has much to offer physical therapists and physical therapist assistants. It may be quality of life. Employment opportunities. Regulatory and business friendliness. Or any of dozens of other features. But to make it to the top of PT in Motion's second annual analysis of the best states overall in which to practice, states needed high rankings in multiple traits that health care professionals say are important.
Many physical therapists work in areas that pose challenges not faced by other PTs. But this doesn't mean that they're not great places to work. In fact, these hurdles can bring with them numerous rewards.
Curious how your profession might look 10 years from now? These are the people to ask.
Download PDF of this issue