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PTA Physical Therapy Assistant Exam Prep
Mac OS Education
Upward Mobility presents our Physical Therapy Assistant Exam Prep app, with 300 review questions designed to help you study for the FSBPT Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) exam, also known as the National Physical Therapy Exam (NPTE).
This is the ideal study tool for those working toward certification in PT assisting as well as sports therapy and rehabilitation-related careers. It also makes a perfect review guide for those advancing their careers in seeking their PT certification.
Our targeted multiple choice questions include detailed explanations to help reinforce your comprehension of the material. All our questions were written exclusively for Upward Mobility by PT experts.
The practice questions cover all the necessary content areas required for FSBPT certification:
– Physical Therapy Data Collection
– Diseases and Conditions that Impact Effective Treatment
– Equipment and Devices
– Therapeutic Modalities
– Safety and Protection
– Professional Responsibilities
– Research and Evidence-Based Practice
Our exclusive and intuitive UI provides three different practice modes:
– a Study Mode that helps you learn at your own pace with instant feedback
– a Test Mode that lets you time yourself and choose the topics you want to study
– a Review Mode to go over your answers and see what you missed
Upward Mobility is an independent test-prep company that creates high-quality material at low cost, perfect for on-the-go students and ambitious professionals. All our content is developed exclusively for Upward Mobility by writers who are subject matter experts. We are a double bottom line company that is committed to education in the developing world. Customer satisfaction is our top priority, and if you have any questions or comments or are unsatisfied with our products in any way, please contact us at email@example.com and we will do our best to help you. We are neither affiliated with nor endorsed by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy or any other organization.