Acquire your license to practice as a physical therapist in Colorado and embark on a fulfilling career. It's easy to get started. Explore this page for information about Colorado licensure, application processing times, PT job opportunities, average salaries and more.
Med Travelers has strong relationships with healthcare organizations throughout the country and can match you to a great physical therapist position in the Centennial State. We also have a team of experts to help our allied health professionals navigate the licensing process. Read on to learn more.
How to Get Your Colorado Physical Therapist License
The Colorado State Physical Therapy Board usually processes license applications in one to two weeks. Physical therapists in the state earn an annual mean wage of $86,740, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Colorado is the eighth most expensive state to live in, but there's a reason: It's a highly desirable destination and ranks among the top ten best states to live in by U.S. News.
Experience scenic beauty, year-round outdoor recreation and professional growth with a travel physical therapy job in Colorado. Let us know what your ideal allied health job looks like or connect with our recruiters if you're interested in learning more.
How long does it take to receive your physical therapy license in Colorado?
It typically takes between one and two weeks to receive your physical therapy license in Colorado. This is fast compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.
Colorado physical therapy contact information
Colorado State Physical Therapy Board
1560 Broadway, Suite 1350
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (303) 894-7800
Fax: (303) 869-0144
Colorado Physical Therapist Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Our PTs receive free, furnished accommodation or a housing stipend during their assignment, a support team to help ensure everything goes smoothly, comprehensive benefits, travel reimbursement, life insurance and more. They also receive highly competitive pay. In Colorado, physical therapists earn a mean annual salary of $86,740. Travel PTs typically make 20% more than non-allied travelers because of urgent demand for their skills.
If you're intrigued by the chance to put your valuable physical therapy skills to work and explore a different part of the country, take a look at our current job opportunities in Colorado and get ready to start the next phase of your career with Med Travelers.