Category: PTA

Stanbridge Alumni Spotlight: Physical Therapist Assistant Graduate – Andy Fang

Stanbridge University showcases Alumni True Stories to shine a light on our passionate graduates making a difference in the community. Meet Andy Fang, a Physical Therapist Assistant alumnus currently working for a therapy agency as a travel PTA. Where are you working and what is your current role?  I currently work at a therapy agency […]

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Stanbridge Student Spotlight: Physical Therapist Assistant Student Jordan Richmond

Stanbridge University is highlighting Student Stories to spotlight personal stories of dedication, inspiration, and academic achievement. This week we are getting to know Jordan Richmond, a Stanbridge University PTA student who decided he wanted to become a physical therapist assistant after playing college football at Stanford University. Why do you want to be a Physical […]

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PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT: RESEARCHING THE BEST SCHOOLS

Physical Therapist Assistant is a career path that not only offers job security but provides an opportunity for growth that only continues to expand. In California alone, job demand for Physical Therapist Assistants, or PTAs, is expected to grow an astonishing 30% between 2016-2026.1 While the job market for PTAs has always been positive, there […]

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PTA Program Next Step for Kinesiology Graduates – Stanbridge University

PTA Program Next Step for Kinesiology Graduates – Stanbridge University

If you are looking for the next step after achieving a kinesiology degree, you might consider a career as a physical therapist assistant or PTA. Kinesiology-driven careers like PTA are in high demand!

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OTA versus PTA Programs – Find Your Calling at Stanbridge University

OTA versus PTA Programs - Find Your Calling at Stanbridge University

Do you know the difference between OTA versus PTA Programs? Occupational therapy and physical therapy both do vital hands-on rehabilitative work to help patients with injuries or disabilities that limit how they’re able to move and function in daily life. However, the differences between the two can make a huge impact in which field you want […]

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