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Premier Performance and Physical Therapy

2100 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd, Unit 1060, Longwood, FL 32750
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Business Description

Premier Performance and Physical Therapy is a physical therapy clinic offering personalized services to clients in Longwood, Lake Mary, Oviedo, and Winter Springs. Each therapy session is customized to suit the needs of the patient. The clinic focuses on providing long-lasting relief to injuries and issues its patients are experiencing. It also aims to get them back to full health as soon as possible. The clinic also has the only board-certified sports clinical specialist in the North Seminole County area.


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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a physical therapist assistant make?

The salary of a physical therapist assistant varies, depending on their experience and the employer. Based on BLS reports, in 2020, the median salary for a physical therapist assistant was $59,770 per year, and physical therapist aides making a median pay of $28,450 for the year.

How much do physical therapists make?

Like any other profession, incentives in the physiotherapy industry depend on experience. According to BLS's 2020 report, the entry-level physical therapist made about $63,530, while highly experienced therapists made $126,780. The median pay was $91,010, with the PT’s area of specialization affecting the payment.

How long does it take to become a physical therapist?

Cumulatively, an aspiring physical therapist needs to take seven years of college education before becoming licensed. Prospective therapists start with a bachelor’s degree, which takes four years to accomplish, then proceed into a doctorate program, which takes three years to complete. High school students can shorten this duration by taking a Freshman Entry Doctor of Physical Therapy program that takes six years.

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