The Physical Therapist assesses the need for, develops, and delivers physical therapy programs to facilitate rehabilitation. The Physical Therapist identifies the need for and makes referral(s) to other disciplines to address the comprehensive needs of patients.
As a Home Health Physical Therapist Assistant, you will provide therapy services planned, delegated and supervised by the qualified Physical Therapist consistent with the patient's approved Plan of Treatment.
The Physical Therapist identifies the need for and makes referral(s) to other disciplines to address the comprehensive needs of patients. He/she implements individualized therapy programs designed to restore, reinforce, and enhance performance. In addition, the Physical Therapist instructs, educates, and trains patients and caregivers in those skills and functions essential for promoting independence and productivity, in order to diminish or correct pathology.
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$59K to $80K -Greensburg, PA
The Physical Therapist provides services to patients who have impairments, functional limitations, and changes in physical function. The Physical Therapist performs evaluations and establishes plans of care based upon age-specific considerations and patient / family goals.
In this role, you will evaluates, plans, and treats patients in an effective Physical Therapy Program including the use of modalities and assistive devices within the Standards of Physical Therapy Practice.