Featuring some of the largest forests in the country, Washington is an ideal location for individuals who are looking to live in the pacific northwest and soak in beautiful scenery, a thriving economy, and plenty of physical therapy job opportunities. Upstream Rehabilitation and our family of brands are actively hiring in the pacific northwest, including physical therapy roles in the state of Washington.

Take a look at some of the many reasons you should consider applying to physical therapy roles in Washington with Upstream Rehabilitation.

Excellent Economy

One of the many reasons that individuals choose to elevate their physical therapy career in the state of Washington is the strong economy. Home to some of the largest organizations on the west coast, Washington provides plenty of opportunity for individuals who are pursuing roles in aerospace, technology, and healthcare. Upstream Rehabilitation has several dozen clinics in the state of Washington and we continue to expand. If you’re looking to join a growing organization in the pacific northwest, you should pursue physical therapy roles with Upstream Rehabilitation.

Mild Weather

Even though the pacific northwest is known for its rainfall, Washington has a relatively mild climate. Precipitation occurs mostly during the winter months which leaves the spring, summer, and fall as favorite seasons for those looking to live in a moderate climate.

Gorgeous Scenery

The state of Washington also has some of the most attractive sights in the nation with lush forests and waterways. Washington is home to over 2,500 miles of shoreline and is a major hub for shipping organizations that conduct business all along the west coast. The state is also home to numerous national parks including North Cascades National Park and Mount Rainier National Park. If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, you can’t go wrong building your physical therapy career in the state of Washington.

Interesting Facts About Washington

Did you know that Washington is the only state named after a former president? If you love fruits, you’ll also be right at home as the state of Washington produces more sweet cherries, pears, apples, and red raspberries than any other state in the nation.

Elevate Your Physical Therapy Career in Washington with Upstream Rehabilitation

Upstream Rehabilitation and our family of brands are actively hiring for both clinical and non-clinical roles in the state of Washington. Whether you’re a new grad looking to start your career or you’re an experienced clinician looking for the next stage in your physical therapy career, Washington has plenty of things to love.

Upstream Rehabilitation is actively hiring for physical therapy roles in the state. Browse and apply to physical therapy job openings in Washington with Upstream Rehabilitation!


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