Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Pivot Physical Therapy.
You need an associates degree and then have to pass the licensure exam.
Calm and slow paced but can be fast paced sometimes.
No they are horrible with communication and management just holds the title and do not really show a care to their Front Office Staff, basically if you are not a PT they do not care. Glad I saw the true side of the company. And I was a cheerleading coach so I gave them Pivot as my first choice when working there and now a lot of my athletes stopped attending and will not go back. Fair enough.