Idaho Physical Therapy License Board

Are you ready for a PT travel adventure in the Gem State? Before you can enjoy everything Idaho has to offer, you'll need an Idaho physical therapy license. Don't worry; we've gathered everything you need to know to get through that process as easily as possible. And for good measure, we've also included some information about physical therapy salaries in Idaho and information on finding a great travel PT assignment in the state.

And if you need more assistance during the journey, just reach out. Experienced recruiters and support staff are standing by to help you with the process.

 

How to Get Your Idaho Physical Therapy License

The Idaho Physical Therapy Licensure Board typically processes applications in up to 4 weeks once all exams and other requirements are met. Physical therapists in the state make less on average than their counterparts across the nation, but that's not a huge hit to travel PTs because the cost of living in Idaho is so low when compared to national averages.

From the historic Oregon Trail to scenic wonders such as Shoshone Falls Park, Idaho provides gorgeous landscapes you can explore during your off days as a travel physical therapist. The information provided here covers everything you need to get or renew an Idaho travel physical therapist license. But if you need further assistance, contact us today.

 

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


It typically takes up to 4 weeks to receive your physical therapy license in Idaho. This is average compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.

Idaho physical therapy contact information


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Address
Idaho Physical Therapy Licensure Board
P.O. Box 83720
Boise, Idaho 83720-0063

Contact
Email: PHT@ibol.idaho.gov
Phone: (208) 334-3233
Fax: N/A

Idaho Physical Therapy Salary Information

Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. You can work with experienced recruiters to line up assignments, get a housing stipend and ensure you have access to continuing education credits. You can also typically make more as a travel PT than as a traditionally employed PT. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports annual physical therapy salaries in Idaho around $80,360 per year.

If you're looking for an adventure in a new state, travel therapy jobs in Idaho might be just what you need. Traveling to work as a PT in different parts of the country lets you meet new people, experience new adventures and cultures and fill out your resume for the future. If traveling PT work is something that sounds interesting to you, contact us at Med Travelers to find out how you can explore the country while making great money.

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