Program Spotlight: Physical Therapy Aide

We are excited to introduce our Physical Therapy Aide program! With all its opportunities and benefits, we hope you will be excited to share this new program. Here are some facts about how our new online program can offer a flexible solution for your friends and family.

Why Become a Physical Therapy Aide?

Many opportunities – The U.S. outpatient rehabilitation market is set to become the largest job sector in the U.S. in the next 3 years. The physical therapy aide career is expected to grow 30% by 2026, creating approximately 42,300 new jobs and allowing you to find an open position anywhere across the country.

Competitive salaries and benefits – Physical therapy aides have the flexibility to work in nursing homes, hospitals, and physical therapy clinics while earning an average salary range of $21,800 to $30,800 a year, providing the opportunity for you to make a great income in whatever environment you prefer.

Rewarding career – Working as a physical therapy aide can also give you the opportunity to work in your chosen field as you pursue training as a physical therapy assistant or physical therapist; giving you more experience in a growing industry.

Why Career Step’s Program?

Quick graduation timeline – With Career Step’s Physical Therapy Aide program, you can be in the workforce in as little as 4 months.

Affordable pricing – We offer quality education at a practical price. You will graduate prepared for the Certified Physical Therapy Aide Specialist (CPTAS) exam and your new field for only $2,999.

Graduation Assistance – We set our students up for success with 1-on-1 resume reviews, interview tips, and a private job board.

If you have any questions about our Physical Therapy Aide program, leave us a comment below or send us an email at You can also find more details at <Physical Therapy Aide Program Page>.

Looking for more career opportunities to share with friends and family? Be sure to check out all the programs we offer at Career Step.

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One thought on “Program Spotlight: Physical Therapy Aide

  1. Evercore Physical Therapy says:

    Great article. As a physical therapist, I believe physical therapy aides and physical therapy assistants play a valuable role in the rehab process. If you are interested in a career as a physical therapist, becoming a physical therapy aide is a simple way to explore the profession prior to committing to physical therapy school. This seems like a wonderful opportunity to jump-start your career. – Dr. Marc Robinson, PT, DPT, Cert. MDT

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