Whether you're starting your physical therapy career or interested in broadening your experience, give your resume a boost by getting your state licensure in Kansas. Discover first-hand what the Sunflower State has to offer and explore this page for information on applying for licensure, average processing times, physical therapist salaries and cost of living in Kansas.
Need a little assistance in planning your next steps? Our staffing experts can fill you in on job opportunities for physical therapists in Kansas that match your qualifications and help with licensure requirements.
How to Get Your Kansas Physical Therapist License
The Kansas State Board of Healing Arts oversees physical therapy licensure. Applicants can expect an average processing time of four to eight weeks. Physical therapists in Kansas earn slightly below the national average, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, but the state is among the top 10 most affordable in the country, which means working in Kansas can give you a financial edge.
Kansas has a rich tapestry of natural terrain to explore, including scenic byways, pristine lakes, wooded hills and sweeping plains. Land a PT job in one of the many vibrant cities and towns throughout the state and enjoy a down-to-earth lifestyle and professional growth. Connect with one of our friendly recruiters if you need more information about opportunities for your Kansas PT career.
How long does it take to receive your physical therapy license in Kansas?
It typically takes between four and eight weeks to receive your physical therapy license in Kansas. This is slow compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.
Kansas physical therapy contact information
Kansas State Board of Healing Arts
800 SW Jackson, Lower Level - Suite A
Topeka, KS 66612
Phone: (785) 296-5460
Fax: (785) 368-7102
Kansas Physical Therapist Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Our travelers receive comprehensive medical, dental, vision and life insurance; a 401(k) retirement plan; furnished accommodation or a housing stipend; and free continuing education. Physical therapists in Kansas earn an average wage of $88,310 per year. Allied health professionals who accept travel assignments typically make about 20% more than those in staff positions.
Boost your potential earnings by working as a travel PT in Kansas and enjoy the laid-back vibe of this Midwest state. Find out what opportunities are currently available by exploring our travel physical therapy jobs, or chat with our recruiters about getting started as a travel PT in Kansas.