2 Online Masters Degree Programs Available in Physical & Occupational Therapy
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, job opportunities are excellent for licensed physical therapists (PTs) looking to work in a variety of settings — including hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation centers, and private practice offices.* The demand for professional PTs is being driven by an aging Baby Boomer population and a national focus on holistic medicine rather than just acute care. More elderly patients receive therapy to help them recover from injuries or surgery. More physical therapy services are being offered to disabled students within their schools. Finally, the overall population is more aware of the benefits that physical therapy can provide.