Physical Therapy Aide Cover Letter with No Experience

Updated on: October 20, 2019

Have you ever assumed yourself on the employer’s side of the hiring table and held a cover letter of a prospective employee in your hand? What did you look for in a candidate? Apply that to yourself!

What would an employer look for in you when he reads your letter?


The first thing that he will determine will be your writing skills.

What if you do not have any experience?

Your writing skills will still be gauged when an employer looks through your cover letter.

If you have just got training as a physical therapy aide, the first job that you apply for will be of great importance to you.


You will need to be articulate about what your training taught you and how you intend to use it to help your patients. Remember that your knowledge of a position is your biggest asset since you lack experience. Use it to make a positive impression.

Talking about your skills and how you think you can use them to the prospective facility’s benefit will give the recruiter something to think about.

Write positively and be very specific about what you are looking for in a position.

If you here to look through samples of cover letters for a physical therapy aide (who has no experience), take a look at the following sample:


Physical Therapy Aide Cover Letter with No Experience



Kylie Quentin
521 New Street, Santa Monica, CA 30210
(000) 444-4444
kylie @ email com

October 20, 2019

Mr. Christopher Manning
Manager (Human Resources)
Intermountain Healthcare
891 Tresco Road
Santa Monica, CA 77662


Dear Mr. Manning:

Post completion of my physical therapy aide training program from PhysioWizards, I would like to work for a facility that’s mission is in-sync with my vision. As Intermountain Healthcare is the closest match, I offer my services to contribute as a dedicated Physical Therapy Aide.

I believe that my professional skills, coupled with clinical knowledge, qualify me perfectly. Some of my attributes include:

• Demonstrated ability to create a pleasant and professional environment for patients.
• Well-versed in providing support in performing therapeutic exercises.
• Adept at preparing patients for physical therapy exercises and providing families with education and moral support.
• Specialized courses in clerical and administrative aspects of running a physical therapy office.

I am confident that my enthusiasm and skills will be usable in two capacities i.e. patient management and administrative support.

Thank you in advance for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing from you for an interview at your earliest convenience. If the need arises, you may contact me at (000) 444-4444.




Kylie Quentin