Today’s quick share resource comes to us from Troy at Allied Travel Careers.
It’s become a truly popular consideration: Is it worth it to transition from a Physical Therapist Assistant to a Physical Therapist?
The educational requirements for these two specialties are very different, so you definitely need a bachelor’s degree in order to pursue a PT license. The second thing you should know is that the path from PTA to PT is also extremely competitive. There are very limited spots available in PT educational programs, and you need to have a stellar GPA to get in. However, if you are committed, passionate, and determined, here are the three steps you can take to transition from PTA to PT!
Take a look at this infographic we’ve put together, and for more information, please visit Allied Travel Careers.
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