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16517 106th Court, Orland Park, IL 60467
Orland Park, IL 60467

Goodlife Physical Therapy is an independent PT-owned business in Orland Park that offers quality patient care. Its team of certified physical therapists takes part in ongoing certification programs to provide better care for patients suffering from vertigo, neck and back pain, headache, and other health issues. Goodlife Physical Therapy specializes in dizzy and balance/vertigo center, orthopedic and spine rehabilitation, pelvic health therapy, and dietician services. Other PT specialties include workers' compensation and independent exercise.

16517 106th Court, Orland Park, IL 60467
Orland Park, IL 60467

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Q: How much does a physical therapist assistant make?
A: 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.
Q: How much do physical therapists make?
A: 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.
Q: How long does it take to become a physical therapist?
A: 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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