Physical Therapist Assistant Advice

Q: What is it like working as a Physical Therapist Assistant?

Physical Therapist Assistant in Youngstown:
Billing & documentation & dealing with insurances.

Physical Therapist Assistant in Albuquerque:
"Time management."
Be flexible. Time management is key. Attention to detail. Listen to your patients.

Physical Therapist Assistant in Marion:
"Enjoyable and satisfying."
Pros: Helping people to feel better and find solutions to aches and pains they experience on a daily basis.
Cons: Not having solutions to fix the problems people deal with.

Physical Therapist Assistant in Scottsdale:
Pros: I really enjoy the flexibility offered at my current building.
Cons: The patient load is very stressful and there is not a lot of support staff.

Physical Therapist Assistant in Glens Falls:
"How pay would not increase with inflation over the years."
Do your homework when looking at a job. What additional hours might you be asked to work? What opportunities for advancement do you have?

Physical Therapist Assistant in Minneapolis:
"Too much management."
Pros: PTO, co-workers, close proximity to home, work flexibility.
Cons: Productivity, productivity, productivity.

Physical Therapist Assistant in Lubbock:
"It is good. I like the facility. I like doing patient care."
Pros: Giving patient care.
Cons: Coworker noise and judgement. Small gym noisy and cramped.