How much does a pediatric physical therapist make?

Answer A pediatric physical therapist works to rehabilitate injured or handicapped children and can expect to make an average of $60,000 a year, depending on experience and location, according to PayScale... Read More »

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How much time does it take to become a pediatric physical therapist?

Although credentials to become a pediatric physical therapist vary by state and employer, normally it will take two years to obtain a master's degree in physical therapy with a specialty in pediatr... Read More »

How much can you make doing a physical therapist's job?

According to The PayScale Report and as of April 2010, you can start with an annual salary of $50,986 to $60,993 as a physical therapist. At one to four years of experience, the pay ranges from $52... Read More »

Does an occupational therapist or a physical therapist have a higher salary?

Physical therapists earn a higher salary than occupational therapists. According to, physical therapists with one to four years of experience earn a median annual salary of $53,097 to ... Read More »

What Are the Challenges of a Physical Therapist & Physical Education in K-12?

A good physical education program provides numerous benefits to children. Participating children learn to develop good exercise habits, which can help them maintain better health as they age. They ... Read More »