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Houston, TX
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Public (USPH)
Health Care
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
RehabCare, Select Medical, Physiotherapy Associates

Working at U.S. Physical Therapy

U.S. Physical Therapy (USPh), through its subsidiaries, lends a hand to injured workers, athletes, and others in need of some TLC. With more than 500 outpatient clinics in 42 states, USPh provides physical and occupational therapy services for work-related and sports injuries ... Read more

Mission: Not familiar with a clinic near you named U.S. Physical Therapy? That's because they don't exist. Our clinics operate as individual private practices run by talented clinician Partners with patient outcomes in mind. Each partnership has its ... Read more

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U.S. Physical Therapy President, Chief Executive Officer and Director Chris Reading
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    Current Employee - Clinic Director in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Clinic Director in Chicago, IL
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    I have been working at U.S. Physical Therapy full-time (More than a year)


    USPh is a great opportunity where you can learn how to be your own boss (management style is present but allows you to grow your clinic based on your own style/ expertise). The reason why I came to USPh is due to my strong desire to own my own physical therapy clinic. This company has allowed me the opportunity to grow as a businessman and build a business on someone else's dime. I don't think I will work my whole career for this company but I believe that I learned skills that will last my entire career


    The pay ins't competitive for Clinic Directors and they need to be more liberal with raises/ bonus structure when an employee is going above and beyond. Also, the work hours can be extensive depending on your supplementary staff. It can be difficult to manage a full case load while also maintaining administrative duties/ marketing strategies

    Advice to Management

    Continue to trust your employees, I believe the model is strong and can work regardless of healthcare changes. A company that believes in its individual workers and trusts in their creativity will be successful in any climate.

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U.S. Physical Therapy Interviews



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    PTA Physical Therapist Assistant Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Beaumont, TX
    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at U.S. Physical Therapy (Beaumont, TX) in September 2014.


    I applied via email with resume. Did a Skype interview. Was promised relocation assistance. Three days before I was to move, they refused to give me the relocation assistance and took back offer, because they never actually planned on giving it to me.
    I had given notice to my work, landlord, family, spent time, money to pack all my possessions, etc. and paid for my PTA license for Texas (expensive) all of that, for them to FAIL me right when they were supposed to deliver on their part of the deal! The process took nearly a month, they were pressuring to get me down there, but never gave me the relocation assistance they promised, so how was I supposed to get down there?
    After taking back the offer, they tried to "reconsider" because they misunderstood? What? And the person who hired me was too cowardly to even talk to me about the failure on their part to do what they said they would do, she let some schmoe at corporate office do her dirty work for her. Some good ol' boy who knew zero about the deal until the end of it, but had the nerve to act like he knew.
    Plus, they changed the hiring contract multiple time without conversing with me about it, just tried to slip the lower compensation part past me after promising me more. Luckily I caught it.
    Totally unprofessional, unorganized, shameful! Read the reviews on here of people who did actually work for them- NOT GOOD.
    Dodge the bullet, glad I did!

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U.S. Physical Therapy Awards & Accolades

  • America's 200 Best Small Companies, Forbes, 2009
  • The Houston Chronicle 100, The Houston Chronicle, 2008

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