U.S. Physical Therapy
1.9 of 5 12 reviews
corporate.usph.com Houston, TX 1000 to 5000 Employees

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U.S. Physical Therapy President, Chief Executive Officer and Director Chris Reading

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Horrible Experience!

PTA (Former Employee)

I worked at U.S. Physical Therapy full-time for less than a year

ProsNo Pros! Company Sucks except for few co workers:)

ConsTreat patients as numbers, the more the better not caring about quality of care! Numbers it's all about numbers! The company insurance sucks, raises non exsistant, vacations maybe if your lucky! Shady! Lies, Lies, Lies!

Advice to Senior ManagementSomeone needs to go to all the smaller clinics to see exactly how the business is being ran on the inside! Some shady stuff going on!

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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No future with this company

Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)
Houston, TX

I have been working at U.S. Physical Therapy

ProsPay is good, and benefits are ok.

ConsUS Physical Therapy does not promote from within, which makes it difficult to move up into a management position if you do not have a degree. Job listings clearly state degree required. Educational assistance is not offered for office personnel.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)

I worked at U.S. Physical Therapy full-time for more than 10 years

ProsNone, Zero, Zilch. I would avoid at all cost. Oh I think you get 6 paid holidays?

ConsAs a former partner, best advice i can offer is to do it on your own before considering selling your soul to corporate healthcare. The management in Houston will try to squeeze every ounce of life out of you. It was even suggested I forego my young childs milestones (ie, graduation from kindergarten, sporting events, etc) for the sake of corporate profits. I agree with the other reviewers. You have NO control over your books ($). It sounds good on paper, but think about it. They didn't build that nice corporate office in Houston and hire all that upper management people by "sharing profits' Just google the CEO and COO earnings..Hmmmmmm. Best advice I would consider doing it on your own, before selling your soul to corporate healthcare.

Advice to Senior ManagementThe management in Houston will try to squeeze every ounce of life out of you. It was even suggested I forego my young childs milestones (ie, graduation from kindergarten, sporting events, etc) for the sake of corporate profits. I agree with the other reviewers. You have NO control over your books ($). It sounds good on paper, but think about it. They didn't build that nice corporate office in Houston and hire all that upper management people by "sharing profits' Just google the CEO and COO earnings..Hmmmmmm. Best advice I would consider doing it on your own, before selling your soul to corporate healthcare.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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Terrible experience

Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)

I worked at U.S. Physical Therapy

ProsIf you don't want to take any risk and want the dream of owning your own PT practice, USPh will provide the capital for you to partner with them and realize this dream.

ConsThey are definitely pro-male. There are few female executives in this boy's club. You have to talk sports in order to really bond with the upper management. The management fees are exorbitant and their accounting is difficult to understand. Maybe the shareholders do well with the partnership setup but I never met an owner who loved their experience.

Advice to Senior ManagementShake hands with female employees.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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Promises not kept. Numbers drive everything.

Physical Therapist (Former Employee)

I worked at U.S. Physical Therapy

ProsGood Health Insurance and benefits package. Competive Salary (average) for our market. Good patient mix.

ConsCorporate structure is a waste, they have lost their ability to make decisions locally b/c of their size. Turnded to be no better than my former employer as far as numbers crunching decisions. Incentive plans are unrealistic.

Advice to Senior ManagementGive the local directors more say. I know you have 300 plus clinics but what is good for Houston is not always whats good for your small town clinic.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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