What is the Best Physical Therapy Setting for You? has created this assessment to help you determine what physical therapy setting is best for your career, given your current set of circumstances.

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One of the many reasons why physical therapy makes such a great career is the fact that there are almost limitless settings in which we can practice. Depending on our strengths, interests, and phases of life, we might choose to work in one setting for many years, then try something entirely new. Or, we might want to opt for a flexible role from the get-go, where every day is different. The beauty of PT is that we can literally do anything; all we have to do is shift gears and put on our learning caps!

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About Meredith Victor Castin

Meredith Victor Castin
Meredith is the co-founder of and the founder of The Non-Clinical PT. She is originally from Tyler, TX and attended UPenn for undergrad, before graduating with her DPT from USA (San Diego) in 2010. She has worked in outpatient ortho, inpatient rehab, acute care, and home health. She loves spending time with her husband and 3 cats, and enjoys creating art and weird music.


  1. Kaleigh Cole

    This is great! As a new grad, I wasn’t sure what setting I wanted to specialize in, so I chose travel therapy. Traveling has allowed me to continue to explore different settings and patient populations over the last 2 years. It’s been amazing!

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