Also referred to as: Certified Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA)Home Care
Requirements and Responsibilities

Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant - Home Care assists a Physical Therapist with the evaluation and treatment of patients to ease their pain and help increase their mobility in a home care setting. Prepares patients and equipment for therapy and implements treatment plans specified by the therapist. Being a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant - Home Care instructs the patient and guides them in exercises and stretching. Provides hands-on therapy and treatments. Additionally, Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant - Home Care records patients' reaction to treatment and provides status reports at the end of each treatment. Requires an associate degree in physical therapy or equivalent. Requires Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) Certification. Typically reports to a physical therapist. Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant - Home Care's years of experience requirement may be unspecified. Certification and/or licensing in the position's specialty is the main requirement.

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