Give patients strength and help them recover
Onondaga’s Physical Therapist Assistant program teaches students how to help patients regain range of motion, strength, and mobility.
What You'll Learn
You’ll learn how to restore, maintain and promote healing and overall fitness. You’ll also learn how to review patients' medical charts, and work within a developed care plan. Under the supervision of a physical therapist, you’ll learn how to help patients regain confidence in their physical abilities, while working with a sense of ethics and compassion.
Where You'll Go
Upon successful completion of this two-year program, you’ll be qualified for employment as an entry-level physical therapist assistant in a variety of health care settings, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, and schools. You’ll also be eligible to take the national exam, nation-wide certification, and practice in any state.
The following are some program outcome measures for the Physical Therapist Assistant.
- Graduation rate class of 2018: 95%
- Graduation rate class of 2017 90%
- Licensure examination pass rate (aggregate of 2017-2018): 100%
- Employment Rate (aggregate of 2017-2018): 100%