Enjoy a thriving physical therapy career and an energizing lifestyle when you get your state licensure in Wyoming. Keep reading to learn more about the incredible opportunities for physical therapists in this dynamic state. We'll fill you in on where to apply for your licensure, typical salaries, cost of living and career options for PTs in Wyoming.
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How to Get Your Wyoming Physical Therapist License
Submit your application for licensure to the Wyoming Board of Physical Therapy. Although processing times vary, you can expect it to take three to four weeks. Physical therapists in Wyoming earn a higher-than-average annual mean salary. The cost of living is close to the national average, making Wyoming a great destination for physical therapists who want to earn more and spend less.
Grand adventure awaits in Wyoming with its rugged mountain ranges, sprawling plains and starry night skies. Replenish your spirit as you hike, bike and fish, and set down roots in welcoming communities. You can even take on short-term travel assignments that let you spend a few months exploring the state while earning great pay and benefits. Learn more about the flexibility and freedom of travel physical therapy.
How long does it take to receive your physical therapy license in Wyoming?
It typically takes between three and four weeks to receive your physical therapy license in Wyoming. This is average compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.
Wyoming physical therapy contact information
Wyoming Board of Physical Therapy
2001 Capitol Ave, Room 105
Cheyenne WY 82002
Phone: (307) 777-5403
Fax: (307) 777-3508
Wyoming Physical Therapist Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Physical therapists earn an annual mean salary of $91,030, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Travel assignments for PTs typically pay 20% better than permanent staff positions. You also receive travel reimbursement, furnished accommodation or a housing allowance, health benefits, life insurance and a retirement plan, making a travel PT job a highly persuasive option.
There are also the incredible experiences that come with exploring a new part of the country. If you can picture yourself embracing this exciting career, search our travel physical therapy jobs to see the diverse places calling your name. If you'd like to connect with a recruiter who can start matching you to jobs, submit an application today and get your Wyoming adventures started.