What are the requirements to become a Luna physical therapist?To see patients with Luna, you’ll need the following:
- An active PT license in one of these states
- 3+ years of experience working with patients
- A background check conducted by our team when you apply
How much can I expect to get paid by Luna?
Because of our flexible work structure, therapist compensation depends on how many patients you see per week. For a more detailed estimate, you can check out our Earnings Calculator for PTs.
How long is a typical Luna appointment, and how often are they?
Luna sessions are 45-55 minutes in length, and our patients average 2 appointments per week. We also make sure your drive time to each appointment is under 30 minutes.
When can I expect to get paid for my visits?
You’ll receive payment immediately after every visit you make through Luna via direct deposit. You’ll also receive an in-app receipt every time.
Is physical therapy a good career?
We certainly think so! At Luna, we’re passionate about rethinking what physical therapy means for both patients and therapists, and improving the process for all involved. Working with Luna means you won’t have to worry about administrative tasks like charting and insurance, so you’ll have more time to focus on what you do best: helping patients recover and improve.
What are the different types of physical therapy jobs?
Therapists work in a variety of fields and specialties that span the spectrum of outpatient therapy. Orthopedics, sports injuries, geriatrics, post-surgical rehab, neurological rehab, vestibular care, and pelvic health are just some of the specialties the therapists at Luna provide. Whether you’re a therapist who works in many settings or specializes in certain conditions, we want to work with you! Luna patients receive all kinds of treatments - for a full list of conditions we treat, click here.
What is the highest paying physical therapy job?
Luna’s pay rates depend on a lot of different factors, such as location, specialties, and expertise. You can see an estimate of what your pay with Luna would look like here. We would also recommend speaking with a member of our Careers team if you are interested in learning more about earnings and payments.
Where can I find physical therapy jobs?
Luna has opportunities for therapists in most metro areas across the United States - you can see a complete map of regions we serve by clicking here. Working with Luna means your drive time to home visits won’t be more than 30 minutes, so you will need to be located in one of these areas.