Acquire your physical therapy license in Missouri and take your allied health career to the next level. Once you're licensed, you can access PT opportunities in home health, skilled nursing, rehabilitation and acute care settings anywhere in the state. To help you get started, we've put together all the information you need in one convenient place. Learn about applying for licensure, average PT salaries, cost of living and career opportunities in this dynamic state.
Interested in taking the next step? Our friendly team of staffing specialists can answer questions about landing a professionally rewarding physical therapy job and assist with the licensure process.
How to Get Your Missouri Physical Therapist License
Applications for physical therapy licensure in Missouri are usually processed within four to six weeks. Physical therapists in the state earn an annual mean salary that's lower than the nationwide average, but Missouri is also one of the more affordable states in terms of expenses such as housing, groceries and transportation.
Whether you're driving historic Route 66, hiking a trail in the Ozarks, visiting a winery or enjoying a day on the water, there's an energetic buzz in the air in Missouri. Learn how a travel physical therapy job can put you in the midst of this exciting destination.
How long does it take to receive your physical therapy license in Missouri?
It typically takes between four and six weeks to receive your physical therapy license in Missouri. This is average compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.
Missouri physical therapy contact information
Board of Registration for the Healing Arts
P.O. Box 4
3605 Missouri Boulevard
Jefferson City, MO 65102
Phone: (573) 751-0098
Fax: (573) 751-3166
Missouri Physical Therapist Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. While the average annual salary for a physical therapist in Missouri is $84,180, allied travelers — who are helping to fill in staffing shortages — typically make roughly 20% more than non-allied travelers. Travel PTs also receive furnished accommodation or a housing stipend, travel reimbursement, comprehensive health insurance, a retirement plan and free continuing education.
Spend a few months in Missouri as a physical therapist and enjoy competitive compensation and a vibrant lifestyle. You can get started by browsing available physical therapy jobs and submitting your resume today.