You don't have to spend your wheels and experience frustrating when getting your Montana physical therapist license. We've put together everything you need to know to get through the process below and other information to aid you on your journey to becoming a PT in Montana. That includes information about finding a travel physical therapy job in the state as well as data on Montana physical therapy salaries.
If you need more help getting your license in the state or finding a position that excites you, reach out to our recruiters and support staff.
How to Get Your Montana Physical Therapy License
The Montana Board of Physical Therapy Examiners processes licenses within 2 weeks after all exam and background requirements are met. The cost of living in Montana is lower than the national average, which makes up for the fact that PT salaries in the state are also slightly lower than the average for other areas in the nation.
Big sky country, mountains, national parks and an array of stunning vistas to explore are all reasons to travel to Montana as a physical therapist. We've provided information you need to obtain or renew your Montana physical therapy licensure. And if you need help with the process or locating a matching travel PT assignment, reach out to us.
How long does it take to receive your physical therapy license in Montana?
It typically takes 2 weeks to receive your physical therapy license in Montana. This is fairly fast compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.
Montana physical therapy contact information
Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
301 S. Park Avenue, 4th Floor
Helena, MT 59620
Phone: (406) 444-6880
Montana Physical Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. One of those benefits is the potential to make up to 20% more than PTs employed in traditional positions in the same area. The Bureau of Labor Statistics keeps figures on average salaries across all states. The average salary for PTs in Montana is $83,130 per year.
If you've always wanted to see the natural wonders of the Treasure State, travel physical therapy jobs in Montana might be just the ticket. Traveling to a new state is an ideal way to learn more about the world, check items off your must-do list and make new friends. If traveling physical therapy sounds like a good career move for you, reach out to Med Travelers to find out how you can earn great money, experience many benefits and expand your horizons with a PT travel job.