Physical Therapist Assistant

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Company Name
ProCare PT



ProCare PT



Clinic Name:  ProCare Physical Therapy

Title:  Physical Therapist Assistant 

Location: Huntingdon, Pennsylvania

Experience:  1+ Years

Employment Type: Full-Time

Compensation Range: $15-$20 Per Hour; Dependent on Experience 



Position Overview:


ProCare Physical Therapy has an immediate opening for a motivated and enthusiastic Physical Therapist Assistant to join our team in our fun and energetic outpatient orthopedic clinic in Huntingdon. This position requires an Indirect Supervision License. In addition to the Physical Therapist Assistant responsibilities, this position will provide backup coverage for the front desk.




  • Competitive compensation
  • Excellent benefits package, including 401k, health, dental, and generous paid time off 
  • Multiple opportunities for professional development, specialization, and leadership
  • Employee discount plans
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Investment from a company that wants you to succeed and thrive



  • Graduate from CAPTE-accredited Physical Therapist Assistant program
  • Exercise, manual-based skills with sports rehabilitation experience
  • Current state of Pennsylvania license or license eligible
  • Physical Therapist Assistant Indirect Supervision license
  • Excellent patient care and communication skills with the ability to multitask while providing an exceptional experience for anyone that enters the clinic
  • Provide backup coverage for the front desk
  • A passion for physical therapy and patient care
  • Outgoing and energetic personality. Most importantly – you need to have FUN while you work!
  • The mindset and determination to emotionally invest and crush all your work goals!


About ProCare Physical Therapy:

At ProCare Physical Therapy, our number one priority is the patient. We strive to provide individualized treatment with hands-on, compassionate therapy. Our ultimate goal is for every patient to achieve freedom from pain, independent living, and an understanding of how to prevent re-injury.






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