Alabama Physical Therapy License Board

Apply for your Alabama physical therapy license and discover exciting opportunities for professional and personal growth in this spectacular southern state. You can start by exploring our helpful resources about licensure, job opportunities, salaries and cost of living in Alabama. Our team of expert recruiters can help you find a physical therapist job that matches your skills and career goals and assist you through the licensing process.

 

How to Get Your Alabama Physical Therapist License

The Alabama Board of Physical Therapy typically takes three to five weeks to process applications for licensure. Once you're licensed, you can take advantage of the excellent earning potential for PTs in the state. Alabama has one of the highest average salaries for physical therapists in the country and one of the most affordable cost of living indexes.

Obtain your physical therapist license in Alabama and soak up the sun on sandy beaches, take in the nightlife in vibrant cities and sample world-famous barbecue. Let us match you to an exciting job in Alabama so you can start your southern adventure.

 

How long does it take to receive your physical therapy license in Alabama?


It typically takes between three and five weeks to receive your physical therapy license in Alabama. This is average compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.

Alabama physical therapy contact information


Helpful Links


Address
State of Alabama Board of Physical Therapy
100 North Union Street, Suite 724
Montgomery, AL 36130-5040

Contact
Email: info@pt.alabama.gov
Phone: (334) 242-4064
Fax: (334) 242-3288

Alabama Physical Therapist Salary Information

Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. We offer comprehensive medical, life insurance, 401(k) retirement plans, continuing education and free housing. Physical therapists earn an annual mean wage of $92,570i n Alabama, which ranks among the top 10 states for salaries. As an allied traveler, you typically make 20% more than a non-allied traveler, making travel PT jobs in Alabama a lucrative opportunity.

If you're thinking of exploring a new destination and gaining valuable work experience at the same time, consider a travel physical therapy job. Our postings are continually updated and include positions exclusive to Med Traveler clinicians. Apply today and access incredible opportunities for personal and career growth in Alabama.

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