Family is important in West Virginia, in fact, the very fist Mother’s Day took place on May 10, 1908 in Grafton. Family’s that play together stay together, come play with us in West Virginia on your next physical therapy job. Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum is a great place for the young and the young at heart. Featuring a guided tour, interactive displays, and a restored railroad caboose onsite, the locomotive takes a spotlight in this fun environment. Or while on your physical therapy job assignment, head over to West Virginia’s capitol and largest city, Charleston. Travel down the 1500 block of Virginia Street, the longest city block in the world, and stop in a quaint café or a specialty shop where you are sure to find the perfect treasure just for you.
With its top healthcare facilities and rehabilitation centers, West Virginia is the perfect location for physical therapy assistant and physical therapist jobs. There is a growing list of physical therapy jobs due to the expanding needs in West Virginia for physical therapy professionals. Search our jobs now.