Physical Therapy Aide Training

As the population continues to grow and age, and as the country gets more and more involved in athletics and fitness, the need for trained physical therapy aides is also growing dramatically. It is estimated that the demand for professional physical therapy aides will rise 46% by 2010. In a physical therapy aide program, you'll study essential topics like patient recovery, common physical disorders, physical therapy treatments, and exercise and mobility training among others. Upon completion of the program, you'll have your choice of work environments-hospitals, physical therapy offices, personal care facilities, or home health agencies. Don't wait any longer to start your career as a physical therapy aide, enroll in a certification program today.

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In 2017, workers with a bachelor's degree or higher had almost twice as much
median earnings per week than workers with only a high school diploma*.
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