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Know your value as a new grad physical therapist!

Create an Eye-Catching Physical Therapy Resume

You’re probably reading this article because you’re a new graduate physical therapist. You may not have the years of experience, but you have the freshest evidence-based education available, and you have energy and enthusiasm for the field that many PTs envy.

In a sense, you are a coveted potential hire because you can be mentored and you are eager to learn and grow professionally.  You must remember that you hold value as a job applicant, and make sure to convey that in your resume.

This post will teach you everything about creating the perfect PT resume that will catch any employers attention!

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About Meredith Victor Castin

Meredith Victor Castin
Meredith is the co-founder of 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 physical therapy. She loves spending time with her husband, making art and weird music, and is unabashedly obsessed with her 3 cats.


  1. Having read this I believed it was rather enlightening. I appreciate you spending some time and energy to put this content together. I once again find myself personally spending way too much time both reading and leaving comments. But so what, it was still worth it!

  2. Melissa Cody

    If I worked as a PT aide prior to starting PT school should this be listed or not (would demonstrate a work history for 5 years). Thanks!

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