If you're seeking a physical therapy job that you can thrive in, consider getting your state license in Maine and practicing in this vibrant New England state. We've pulled together all the resources you need to get you started. Explore this page to learn about licensure, average salaries, job opportunities, cost of living and other benefits for physical therapists in Maine.
Our team of staffing specialists has access to sought-after jobs with leading healthcare facilities, and we're ready to help. Contact us for more information about getting your licensure and working as a physical therapist in Maine.
How to Get Your Maine Physical Therapist License
It usually takes two to three weeks to process applications for physical therapy licensure in Maine. While PTs in the state earn an annual mean salary below the national average, they benefit from Maine's affordability, as it has a lower cost of living than the U.S. average.
However, there are more than monetary benefits to living in this corner of the country. It's brimming with postcard-perfect experiences, including iconic lighthouses, scenic rivers, rocky mountains and plenty of tasty seafood. Consider acquiring your physical therapy license and spending time living and working in this beautiful region. Learn more about travel physical therapy in Maine or contact our friendly team of recruiters if you have questions.
How long does it take to receive your physical therapy license in Maine?
It typically takes between two and three weeks to receive your physical therapy license in Maine. This is fast compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.
Maine physical therapy contact information
Office of Professional and Financial Regulation
35 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0035
Phone: (207) 624-8620
Fax: (207) 624-8637
Maine Physical Therapist Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Physical therapists in Maine earn an average annual salary of $80,380, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. PTs who travel for assignments can earn up to 20% more than non-travelers and receive free housing, health benefits, a retirement plan and continuing education.
Perhaps the most rewarding part of being a travel PT is discovering new places and creating unforgettable memories while you work. If a travel physical therapy job in Maine sounds like something you're interested in, Med Travelers can match you to a position that fits your qualifications and career goals. We can also assist you in applying for licensure. Take the first step toward an amazing journey and submit your application today.