Indiana is home to 7 CAPTE accredited physical therapy assistant programs.
Most colleges are either career or community colleges. Career colleges tend to offer more flexible courses, especially when it comes to working adults, but either option should set you up to become a PTA.
For the most part, average PTA salaries in Indiana are in line with the rest of the United States. However, for less-experienced PTAs, the news is good: on average, newer PTAs make around $4,000 more per year than the average entry level PTA in the rest of the United States.
If you are looking for a rewarding career where you can help all types of people in the healing process, physical therapy assisting might be the career for you! Below are listings of all the schools we could find that offer physical therapy assisting (or related) programs. Simply browse the listings and click on one of the buttons to get more information about the specific program to see if it's right for you.
Salary Comparison for PTAs in Indiana
Below is a comparison from CareerOneStop.org, US Department of Labor, comparing salaries at high, median, and lower salary levels of physical therapy assistants in Indiana to the rest of the country.