Immigration Options to Get Physiotherapy jobs in USA for Foreigners

If you are a foreign trained Physiotherapist interested in getting a job in the US there are quite a number of immigration pathways available for you.The route you take to migrate to the US as a physiotherapist, however, will depend on your own personal situation.  Some popular ways of getting to work in the US…

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July 2020 Crash Course Bundle for NPTE Exam

If you are a physiotherapist planning to practice or get a job in the US you should be preparing for the NPTE (National Physical Therapy Exam). The NPTE exams are organized for both Physical Therapists and Physical Therapy Assistants to test basic entry-level competence post-graduation from an accredited program, or from an equivalent non-accredited program.…

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12 Things You Should Know About the NPTE Exam and More…

1. The NPTE or “The National Physical Therapy Exam” is the board exam Physical Therapists take in order to be licensed to practice Physiotherapy in any particular state in the US. 2. The Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) is the organization that handles the examination standards and NPTE exam questions. 3. NPTE…

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Texas Becomes US 49th State to Let Patients See Physical Therapists Without Referral

A new law taking effect Sept. 1 will allow Texans who want treatment for an injury or pain management to see a physical therapist without first visiting a physician or other healthcare provider. Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed House Bill 29, which will allow Texans to seek treatment from a physical therapist without first receiving…

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Highest Paying Cities to Work in the US

The average annual salary of Physiotherapists in the United States in 2014 was $82,390 on average, and an average hourly wage of $39.61, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.Physiotherapy jobs in the US are expected to increase by 34% over the next few years, so it’s still looking good for physical therapists. The…

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