Physical Therapist Assistant Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Physical Therapist Assistant?
Physical Therapist Assistant in Mount Pleasant:
"Office conditions, stress level."
Pros: One patient an hour, good co-workers.
Cons: Having to keep up with paper work, productivity.
Physical Therapist Assistant in Bethlehem:
Pros: I like being the direct contributing factor in helping my patients improve their functional skills. I also like being able to decide when a patient is fully prepared to return home.
Cons: The physical, occupational, and speech therapy department is looked down upon from other departments. We are not valued for the amount of work that is expected of us. Our department gets blamed for the mistakes of other departments. The medical benefits are terrible.
Physical Therapist Assistant in Carthage:
"I wish I had known the amount of paperwork it entailed."
Watch and learn.
Physical Therapist Assistant in Washington:
Cons: Paper work. Staying late to finish paperwork.
Physical Therapist Assistant in Grosse Pointe:
Be adaptable and open minded. Willingness to learn is a must.
Physical Therapist Assistant in Phoenix:
"THE PTA LIFE."
Pros: Working with patients and developing friendships.
Cons: The limited patient population in specific outpatient Medicare only.
Physical Therapist Assistant in Temecula:
Pros: Improving one's health and overall function.
Cons: Charting and dealing with insurance.