Wisconsin Physical Therapy License Board

Lakes, rural landscapes and big cities — America's Dairyland has much more to offer than cream and milk. And with a Wisconsin physical therapy license, you can explore everything in the state while making good money and adding experience to your resume. We've collected all the information you need to easily obtain or renew your PT license in the state. You'll also find some information about Wisconsin physical therapy salaries and how you can land a PT travel job in the state.

Take a look through the information and get started. And if you need more help, don't hesitate to reach out. Med Travelers recruiters and other staff are always willing to assist you.


How to Get Your Wisconsin Physical Therapy License

The licensing division of the Department of Safety and Professional Services processes physical therapy licenses in around two weeks. If you have all the requirements handled, you can quickly get your licenses in the state. The average pay for PTs in Wisconsin is slightly lower than the national average, but the state's much lower cost of living makes up for that fact.

Wisconsin is bordered by two Great Lakes for summer water fun and fishing, and it's full of other attractions, including options such as the Milwaukee Art Museum and Noah's Ark Waterpark. As a travel PT, you can explore everything the Badger State has to offer on your days off. You'll find everything you need to get your Wisconsin PT license here, and you can also reach out to us for assistance.


How long does it take to receive your physical therapy license in Wisconsin?

It typically takes up to 2 weeks to receive your physical therapy license in Wisconsin. This is fast compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.

Wisconsin physical therapy contact information

Helpful Links

Department of Safety and Professional Services
4822 Madison Yards Way
Madison, WI 53705

Email: dsps@wisconsin.gov
Phone: (877) 617-1565
Fax: (608) 251-3036

Wisconsin Physical Therapy Salary Information

Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. That can include health benefits, access to CEUs and housing options. You could also make more than the average for a PT working in a traditional position. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports annual physical therapy salaries in Wisconsin around $88,570 per year.

If you're looking for a way to launch or grow your career, travel therapy jobs in Wisconsin can be a great option. You can earn great money, make new friends and visit locations you might never otherwise see. When you take on physical therapy travel work with Med Travelers, you get all these benefits and more.

Let us know if you have any questions about PT state boards licensing.

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