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Consider a Career in Physical Therapy

If you’re seeking an exciting career, take a look at physical therapy, an industry that is flourishing. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts the growth of the physical therapy industry to exceed other occupations, expanding by 34% between 2014 and 2024.

Why is physical therapy on the upswing? As the Baby Boomer generation enjoys longer, more active lives, the demand for highly-skilled physical therapists is rapidly expanding. Increasing cases of chronic conditions like obesity, diabetes, and osteoporosis are affecting the general population and physical therapy can offer solutions for those seeking pain-free movement and expanded mobility.

A career as a licensed physical therapist offers personal fulfillment by working side-by-side with patients to customize treatment plans to obtain their rehabilitation goals. Whether you’re helping an athlete improve competitive performance or offering pain management techniques for an injury, physical therapists have a significant and long-lasting impact on their patients’ lives.

If you’re considering a career in physical therapy, you’ll want to join a well-established practice with an outstanding reputation.

SCPT, a proven leader in the field with a 30-year track record of industry success, has hired more than fifty physical therapists over the past three decades.

Here are our top three reasons to consider a career in physical therapy:

Gratification: Physical therapists make a huge difference in the lives of others. Doctors look to therapists to help their patients regain mobility, improve quality-of-life, and develop healthier and more active lifestyles.

Job Stability: As the population increases, the demand for healthcare services continues to rise. Physical Therapy is an essential part of treatment for patients of all ages and abilities. No matter where you reside, there will be practices seeking your specialized skills to help patients reestablish function, decrease pain, and prevent further injury.

Professional Satisfaction: The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) recently sited Forbes for reporting physical therapy as one of the ten happiest jobs. This is due in part to the emotional satisfaction of helping others lead better lives.

If you’re a compassionate physical therapist, who is committed to patient care (or if you know someone who is), we’d love to hear from you! Start by completing SCPT’s online application here, or email moc.t1508738713pcs@o1508738713fni1508738713.

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