Build your physical therapy career while living in the beautiful state of Georgia. All you need to do is apply for your state license to practice and you can open the door to incredible career opportunities. You can get started by exploring the convenient resources on this page that connect you to the Georgia State Board of Physical Therapy and other licensure information. We've also included details to help with career planning, including average physical therapy salaries, cost of living and job opportunities and benefits.
If you have questions that we haven't answered here, get in touch with our recruiting specialists. They can offer guidance on licensure and finding a PT job in Georgia that matches your skills so you can start working sooner.
How to Get Your Georgia Physical Therapist License
The Georgia State Board of Physical Therapy typically processes complete licensure applications within two weeks. Physical therapists in Georgia earn an annual mean wage of $87,590. The cost of living is lower than the national average, so PTs usually spend less on housing, groceries, health and other expenses.
Georgia is full of endless charms: stunning mountains, lush forests, sandy beaches and cities brimming with urban flair. If you're enticed by the idea of putting your clinical skills to work in this beautiful setting, get in touch with our staffing specialists to find a job that you can thrive in.
How long does it take to receive your physical therapy license in Georgia?
It typically takes two weeks to receive your physical therapy license in Georgia. This is fast compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States. Applications that require more information may take up to five weeks to review.
Georgia physical therapy contact information
Georgia State Board of Physical Therapy
237 Coliseum Drive
Macon, Georgia 31217-3858
Phone: (844) 753-7825
Fax: (866) 888-1308
Georgia Physical Therapist Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Physical therapists in Georgia make an annual mean wage of $87,590. Travel physical therapists are generously compensated for helping to fill staffing gaps and typically earn 20% more than those working in traditional positions. You also receive comprehensive benefits including free housing, medical, dental, vision, life insurance and a retirement plan.
If Georgia appeals to your spirit of adventure, consider a travel physical therapy job that lets you meet new colleagues and gain valuable experience to grow your career. Explore our current job opportunities for physical therapists and apply today with Med Travelers.