Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA)

Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA)
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The Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) is responsible for:
Direct client care
Planning and implementing specific treatment programs for individual clients consistent with the principles and practices of the Physical Therapy Practice Act of the State in which the facility is located
Being involved in the further development of rehabilitative services
The Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) must:
Be a graduate of an accredited two-year program for physical therapist assistants and eligible for licensure by the State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
Have a valid license to practice in the state where the facility resides
Have a current CPR certification and maintain same
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