Physical Therapist

Almighty Home Healthcare Services, Inc. Bradenton , FL 34205

Posted 2 weeks ago

Job Summary
We care deeply about providing excellent care to our patients during therapeutic treatment to facilitate their healing process. Join our team as a physical therapist to give one-on-one care to our patients using the latest evidence-based techniques. We believe in collaborative work but also ensure that our therapists retain their autonomy to provide individualized care to patients. You will be challenged while working with a variety of patients, some of whom have acute injuries and others who have degenerative illnesses and associated loss of function. Learn and grow your physical therapy practice while working as a valued member of our dynamic team.
Job Responsibilities
  • Assess the mobility of patients using a range of tests and utilize the results to develop a patient care program and a therapy timeline.
  • Carry out therapeutic interventions using standard solutions and the latest evidence-based techniques that appropriately address a patient's specific needs and concerns.
  • Monitor patient progress in detailed reports and provide regular updates to patients, family members, physicians, caregivers and other therapists involved in the patient's care.
  • Provide a continuum of care by collaborating with primary care physicians and specialists regarding patient care.
  • Educate patients, families and caregivers on exercises that complement therapy sessions and facilitate improved range of motion.
  • Supervise physical therapy aides and assistants, and work collaboratively with fellow therapists in the office to maintain quality care.
  • Participate in continuing education and other professional development opportunities to remain knowledgeable about new and emerging therapies.
  • Maintain patient records in accordance with federal and state regulations and company policy to ensure excellent standard of care.
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Job Skills & Qualifications
Required
' Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (MS preferred)
' 2 to 4 years' experience in physical therapy
' Current state-issued license to practice
' Current CPR certification or completion upon hire
Preferred
' Member of the American Occupational Therapy Association
' Advanced and/or board certification in specialty area
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