Physical therapist helping woman use weights.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median salary for physical therapists is. $87,930. Demand for physical therapists is increasing rapidly- 28% growth in jobs is expected in the physical therapy field between 2016-2026. Learn how you can become a physical therapist here.

Physical Therapist Salary by Setting

  • Residential Care- $94,010
  • Home Health- $92,660
  • Hospitals- $89,950
  • Offices of Other Health Practitioners- $83,280

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StateAverage Salary
Alabama$90,620
Alaska$99,180
Arizona$88,800
Arkansas$81,430
California$97,110
Colorado$82,560
Connecticut$96,010
Delaware$93,880
DC$89,750
Florida$87,410
Georgia$86,320
Hawaii$90,540
Idaho$77,700
Illinois$90,690
Indiana$83,680
Iowa$82,960
Kansas$85,250
Kentucky$84,630
Louisiana$89,860
Maine$76,910
Maryland$85,170
Massachusetts$91,750
Michigan$91,160
Minnesota$83,750
Mississippi$89,720
Missouri$81,330
Montana$79,050
Nebraska$80,130
Nevada$107,920
New Hampshire$75,010
New Jersey$97,770
New Mexico$97,210
New York$87,470
North Carolina$87,560
North Dakota$78,120
Ohio$86,690
Oklahoma$84,860
Oregon$85,890
Pennsylvania$87,050
Rhode Island$83,850
South Carolina$85,450
South Dakota$76,200
Tennessee$82,920
Texas$92,940
Utah$85,940
Vermont$82,880
Virginia$91,700
Washington$85,930
West Virginia$89,420
Wisconsin$85,200
Wyoming$87,510

Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics