Physical Therapist PT RPT
- $35 to $45 Hourly
- Vision , Medical , Dental , Paid Time Off , Retirement
Are you a Long Term Care experienced, thoughtful, caring, driven Physical Therapist, and ready for a change?
Are you ready to have a voice at your new company, and not be just a number?
Our client is rapidly growing provider of therapy services throughout the US. They have developed exciting new ways to improve rehab service, outcomes and communication, manage reimbursement, and help long-term care operators capitalize on opportunities. Their unique approach ensures rehab programs start right and stay right.
We are seeking Therapists to join the organization and become a part of their progressive team! The following outstanding benefits are offered to dedicated full time employees:
- Phenomenal Culture
- Competitive Compensation
- Supplemental Insurance Programs
- 401-K with Employer Match
- Advancement Opportunities
- Fun, friendly work environment
- Paid Time Off (PTO) Program
- Referral Bonuses
- and so Much more
Must have current, unrestricted license, in state of practice
For immediate consideration, please apply Today!
Tons of additional opportunities always available, from Coast to Coast. See here for a highlight: http://www.aboveall.care
Role of a Physical Therapist:
Physical Therapists (PT) are health care professionals who diagnose and treat individuals of all ages, from newborns to the very oldest, who have medical problems or other health-related conditions that limit their abilities to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives.
PTs examine each individual and develop a plan using treatment techniques to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability. In addition, PTs work with individuals to prevent the loss of mobility before it occurs by developing fitness- and wellness-oriented programs for healthier and more active lifestyles.
Physical therapists provide care for people in a variety of settings, including hospitals, private practices, outpatient clinics, home health agencies, schools, sports and fitness facilities, work settings, and nursing homes. State licensure is required in each state in which a physical therapist practices.
The Physical Therapy Profession
Physical therapy is a dynamic profession with an established theoretical and scientific base and widespread clinical applications in the restoration, maintenance, and promotion of optimal physical function. Physical therapists:
- Diagnose and manage movement dysfunction and enhance physical and functional abilities.
- Restore, maintain, and promote not only optimal physical function but optimal wellness and fitness and optimal quality of life as it relates to movement and health.
- Prevent the onset, symptoms, and progression of impairments, functional limitations, and disabilities that may result from diseases, disorders, conditions, or injuries.
The terms "physical therapy" and "physiotherapy," and the terms "physical therapist" and "physiotherapist," are synonymous.
As essential participants in the health care delivery system, physical therapists assume leadership roles in rehabilitation; in prevention, health maintenance, and programs that promote health, wellness, and fitness; and in professional and community organizations. Physical therapists also play important roles both in developing standards for physical therapist practice and in developing health care policy to ensure availability, accessibility, and optimal delivery of health care services. Physical therapy is covered by federal, state, and private insurance plans. Physical therapists' services have a positive impact on health-related quality of life.
As clinicians, physical therapists engage in an examination process that includes:
- taking the patient/client history,
- conducting a systems review, and
- performing tests and measures to identify potential and existing problems.
To establish diagnoses, prognoses, and plans of care, physical therapists perform evaluations, synthesizing the examination data and determining whether the problems to be addressed are within the scope of physical therapist practice. Based on their judgments about diagnoses and prognoses and based on patient/client goals, physical therapists:
- provide interventions (the interactions and procedures used in managing and instructing patients/clients),
- conduct re-examinations,
- modify interventions as necessary to achieve anticipated goals and expected outcomes, and
- develop and implement discharge plans.
Physical therapy can be provided only by qualified physical therapists (PTs) or by physical therapist assistants (PTAs) working under the supervision of a physical therapist.
Above All Talent SolutionsPrince Frederick, MD
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