Becoming a Physical Therapist Made Easy: New Site Launched for Students is a great new website that offers a one stop shop for physical therapy students to guide them through their studies and start a rewarding career in physical therapy.

Kingston, NY, March 28, 2012 --( A new website has been launched for physical therapy students. The site aims to provide a seamless transition through university toward a rewarding career in physical therapy.

"The site works as a handbook to becoming a physical therapist from high school right through to professional practice," said Todd Maxted, "it's great because it doesn't matter where you are in the process, the site has relevant information to help you progress to the next step in your studies." he continues.

The site includes a comprehensive list of physical therapy schools, a guide to choosing undergraduate subjects, tips on what to include in a physical therapy application and how to use the popular Physical Therapy Centralized Application Service (PTCAS). A detailed job outlook section has also been included which provides information on physical therapy salaries, what a physical therapist does and promising statistics on the demand and growth of physical therapy in the U.S.

A career in physical therapy is quite diverse, and further education is a large part of maintaining professional practice. Physical therapy prereqs provides information on how to progress into the many physical therapy specialties, including orthopaedic, musculoskeletal, paediatric and neurological areas.

"The site provides great information for those physical therapists wishing to specialise in a particular area, and up to date articles about upcoming events in the world of physical therapy," said Todd.

With the increasing demand on the health care system, excellent employment growth and lucrative salaries on offer, it's easy to see why physical therapy rated #8 in the "Best Jobs of 2012" as listed by US News.

Physical Therapy Prerequisites provides all the information needed to become a qualified physical therapist.
Todd Maxted