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We are an established independent physical therapy clinic in Ann Arbor looking to add an energetic, hardworking, and knowledgeable pelvic floor therapist to our team. We are dedicated to providing highly individualized care to our patients. We are searching for a physical therapist who will bring expertise and who is enthusiastic to give patients the best care.

 

We are not just looking for anyone. If you have experience in pelvic therapy, are highly motivated, self-directed, a good team player, and maintain a positive attitude, this is the right position for you. Knowledge of Women’s Health and experience as a pelvic floor therapist is a must.

 

Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Conducting thorough evaluations and developing treatment plans that meet our patient’s needs and goals, complete proper documentation in an accurate and timely manner, assure the continuation of therapeutic plans by designing specific exercise programs, administer manual therapy, therapeutic activities, as well as providing patient education.

 

Requirements:

• Manual therapy experience.

• Excel at time management

• Experience working with an EMR

• Service-oriented attitude

• Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)

• Currently licensed as a physical therapist in the state of Michigan

• Women’s Health experience

 

If you are looking for a clinic where learning and self-growth are priorities, this position may be the ideal opportunity for you! Experience is a requirement.

To apply for this job please email your cover letter and resume to hannah@hhpt.health 

Job Type: Full-time

*Compensation based on experience

 

June 4, 2021

Company: Healing Hands Therapy LTD
Location: 58 Parkland Plaza, Ste. 100 Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Contact: Hannah-Marie Boyle Email: hannah@hhpt.health
Phone: 734.222.8515 Website: Click to visit
 
 

PHYSICAL THERAPIST

Under supervision of the rehabilitation supervisor, implements medically prescribed physical therapy treatment programs (i.e. heat, water, exercise, electricity, etc.) directed toward relieving pain and/or restoring or maintaining physical function.

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS:

  • Works in conjunction with the inter-disciplinary team to coordinate rehabilitation services for participants at PACE Southeast Michigan. Assists in coordinating twenty four hour service.
  • Performs participant assessments, plan of care, treatment, discharge planning and collaboration with other health care providers.
  • Documents all care given to participants in accordance with department standard and submits to medical records in a timely fashion.
  • Maintains clinical records, statistics, Data PACE and related forms timely and accurately.
  • Actively participates in professional associations, educational programs and in-service education.
  • May delegate and direct the activities of support staff (Physical Therapy Assistant & Rehabilitation Technician) providing necessary communication and guidance to those support providers.
  • Complete initial and periodic assessments including home and facility assessments as needed. Complete assessments prior to care conference of participants.
  • Communicate participant changes to team members and document in plan of care.
  • Performs other related duties a determined by Rehabilitation Manager and site assignments, which may include aspects of program development and quality improvement projects.
  • Maintains clinical productivity standards.
  • Maintains awareness of participant safety issues within the clinic and in use of equipment. 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • Physical Therapy degree (Bachelor, Master or Doctoral).
  • Current State of Michigan licensure.
  • Must have one (1) year of experience with a frail or elderly population.
  • Physical ability to constantly exercise, lift patients, push wheelchairs and move equipment.
 

June 4, 2021

Company: PACE Southeast Michigan
Location: PACE Southeast Michigan, 250 McDougall Street, Detroit, MI 48207, USA
Contact: Candace Beauchamp Email: Candace.Beauchamp@pacesemi.org
Phone: 248.556.9336 Website: Click to visit
 
 

Full-time (40 hrs/wk)

Performs and documents physical therapy evaluation, treatment, and discharge of patient according to established patient goals consistent with physician referrals.  Communicates with patient, family, and members of health care team.  Educates patient and public on health, wellness, and prevention of injury and illness as they pertain to physical therapy.  Supervises physical therapy assistants (PTA) and physical therapy aides, and meets the PTA to progress plan of care.

MI Physical Therapy license, self motivated, computer skills, and ability to work independently are required. Previous experience preferred.

Bellin Health is looking for a highly engaged and driven physical therapist interested in a job with the opportunity to advance professionally. We are seeking someone who will contribute to our highly engaged culture driven to practice at the top of our scope of practice by utilizing the most evidence based care. The position is specifically targeting a professional with an aspiration for lifelong learning. Bellin Health is committed to developing our therapists with opportunities to pursue higher-level specialization training such as formal residency or fellowship training as well as specialty certification training.  This includes one on one mentorship opportunities working closely with experienced and skilled therapist with specialty training and higher level skill sets including boar certification or fellowship training. All of our new team members are sponsored with paid time to complete specialty track coursework during their first year of employment to refine and enhance their skill set. Regular employees also are granted a subscription to MedBridge which allows for additional continuing education opportunities. The position will include working as a part of our Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Team helping to expand, improve, and innovate our ever-growing service offerings. Applicants should be willing to adapt to different environments and enjoy company/patient variability. For therapists, working in our rural clinics, there is the possibility of mileage and drive time compensation based on your location. Any PT interested in growing professionally with a highly skilled team is encouraged to apply.

If you are viewing this job posting on another website other than the Bellin Health Careers page and interested in applying for the opening, please apply at https://jobs.bellin.org/ .

 

June 2, 2021

Company: Bellin Health
Location: Iron Mountain, MI, USA
Contact: Rebecca Vander Leest Email: rebecca.vanderleest@bellin.org
Phone: 920.445.7240 Website: Click to visit
 
 

Full-time (40 hrs/wk)

Performs and documents physical therapy evaluation, treatment, and discharge of patient according to established patient goals consistent with physician referrals.  Communicates with patient, family, and members of health care team.  Educates patient and public on health, wellness, and prevention of injury and illness as they pertain to physical therapy.  Supervises physical therapy assistants (PTA) and physical therapy aides, and meets the PTA to progress plan of care.

MI Physical Therapy license, self motivated, computer skills, and ability to work independently are required. Previous experience preferred.

Bellin Health is looking for a highly engaged and driven physical therapist interested in a job with the opportunity to advance professionally. We are seeking someone who will contribute to our highly engaged culture driven to practice at the top of our scope of practice by utilizing the most evidence based care. The position is specifically targeting a professional with an aspiration for lifelong learning. Bellin Health is committed to developing our therapists with opportunities to pursue higher-level specialization training such as formal residency or fellowship training as well as specialty certification training.  This includes one on one mentorship opportunities working closely with experienced and skilled therapist with specialty training and higher level skill sets including boar certification or fellowship training. All of our new team members are sponsored with paid time to complete specialty track coursework during their first year of employment to refine and enhance their skill set. Regular employees also are granted a subscription to MedBridge which allows for additional continuing education opportunities. The position will include working as a part of our Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Team helping to expand, improve, and innovate our ever-growing service offerings. Applicants should be willing to adapt to different environments and enjoy company/patient variability. For therapists, working in our rural clinics, there is the possibility of mileage and drive time compensation based on your location. Any PT interested in growing professionally with a highly skilled team is encouraged to apply.

If you are viewing this job posting on another website other than the Bellin Health Careers page and interested in applying for the opening, please apply at https://jobs.bellin.org/ .

 

June 2, 2021

Company: Bellin Health
Location: Escanaba, MI, USA
Contact: Rebecca Vander Leest Email: rebecca.vanderleest@bellin.org
Phone: 920.445.7240 Website: Click to visit
 
 

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