In this role, you will assess and plan treatment programs for patients relevant to physical dysfunction and implement by direct or delegated care as ordered by physician. Serve as a professional care provider, educator, consultant and coordinator.
As a Physical Therapist, you will make providing service your priority while caring for the whole person in a faith based atmosphere. Physical Therapists are a vital part of an interdisciplinary Physical Therapy team that interact and treat patients with a variety of diagnoses.
The Physical Therapist (PT) evaluates and treats residents and patients with temporary or long term physical disabilities to relieve pain, restore function, and promote healing by applying the therapeutic properties of exercise, heat, ultrasound, massage and other forms of treatment.
Coordinates with Vice-President of Physical Therapy, Director of Physical Therapy Professional Development and Director of Human Resources to make arrangements for clinic visits, including making travel arrangements and housing accommodations as needed.
This position requires providing services to Therapy Patients, ages between neonatal to geriatrics in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individuals served.
The Physical Therapist Assistant provides treatment to patients relative to age, culture and condition in assigned clinical area;documents patient treatment and progress, appropriately in the medical record.