Also referred to as: Licensed Physical Therapist (LPT) II, Physical Therapist (PT), Physical Therapist - Intermediate, PT
Requirements and Responsibilities

Physical Therapist II evaluates and treats patients recovering from injury, disease, surgery, or other ailments. Establishes individualized treatment plans and treats patients using a variety of methods, including exercises, stretching maneuvers, hands-on therapy, and equipment. Being a Physical Therapist II maintains patient records by keeping track of goals and progress while adapting treatment plans accordingly. Advises patients and their families on in-home treatment options and what to expect from the recovery process. Additionally, Physical Therapist II may work with and/or consult with physicians, case managers, and other medical professionals. Requires a doctorate degree in physical therapy. Requires Certified Physical Therapist (CPT). Requires Licensed Physical Therapist (LPT). Typically reports to a manager. The Physical Therapist II occasionally directed in several aspects of the work. Gaining exposure to some of the complex tasks within the job function. To be a Physical Therapist II typically requires 2-4 years of related experience.

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