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65B Physical Therapist

As an Army Physical Therapist, your primary mission will be to provide neuromusculoskeletal evaluation, intervention, and case management for Soldiers and family members. You might perform this mission at one of the Army’s state-of-the-art hospitals, a troop medical clinic, or with a Combat Support Hospital, Ranger Battalion, Special Forces Group, or Brigade Combat Team. As a member of the Army Medical Team, you’ll work side-by-side with your physician, nurse, PA, and OT peers to provide the highest quality health care. Professionally rewarding, Army Physical Therapy provides challenges, opportunities, and experiences that are tough to find in civilian practice.

Career Positions:

  • Military Treatment Facility (MTF –An Army Hospital) Staff Physical Therapist
  • MTF Physical Therapy Clinic Chief/Officer in Charge (OIC)
  • Brigade Combat Team (BCT) Physical Therapist
  • Graduate Physical Therapy Program Instructor
  • Research Physical Therapist
  • Special Operations Physical Therapist
  • Rangers Physical Therapist
  • Continue Higher Level Education:
    • Masters Degree in Healthcare Administration (MHA)
    • Masters Degree in Business Administration (MBA)
    • Doctorate Level Degree Physical Therapist (DPT)
    • PhD Degree in Multiple Disciplines