Don't get stuck on a roulette wheel when it comes to your career chances. Getting or renewing your Nevada physical therapy license should never be a game of chance, and you can find everything you need to know to get through the process here. We have also gathered some information about physical therapist salaries in Nevada and offer some advice on how you can land a lucrative PT travel job in the state.
Still need some help getting through the process? No problem — reach out to our recruiters or administrative staff today for help getting on the road to your next traveling PT assignment.
How to Get Your Nevada Physical Therapy License
The Nevada State Board of Physical Therapy processes license applications within 5 to 7 days as long as you already have all the documents and other requirements squared away. Nevada's cost of living is high compared to the national average, due in part to high housing costs in certain areas. But higher average PT salaries in the state help make up for that expense, and there's certainly an adventure to be had in Nevada for any personality type.
Whether you want to see weekend shows and have Vegas adventures on your days off or you're interested in seeing some of the country's most starkly beautiful landscapes, the Silver State has you covered. And so do we — everything you need to know for renewing or obtaining a Nevada PT license is included, and you can reach out to Med Travelers for more help along the way if you need it.
How long does it take to receive your physical therapy license in Nevada?
It typically takes 5 to 7 days to receive your physical therapy license in Nevada. This is very fast compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.
Nevada physical therapy contact information
Nevada State Board of Physical Therapy
3291 North Buffalo Drive Ste. 100
Las Vegas, NV 89129
Phone: (702) 876-5535
Fax: (702) 876-2097
Nevada Physical Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. That can include a housing stipend, continuing education, help from recruiters in lining up future assignments and higher-than-average wages. Statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics note that the average salary for PTs in Nevada is $108,550 per year.
If this sounds like an opportunity you can't pass up, travel therapy jobs in Nevada may be right for you. Allied health travel jobs help you meet new people, build your resume and enjoy unique experiences all over the nation. If you're ready for that, we're ready to help, so reach out to a recruiter to find out more about physical therapy travel jobs with Med Travelers.