Physical Therapist / Physical Therapist Assistant - On Call

Therapeutic Associates Bend , OR 97708

Posted 1 week ago

Therapeutic Associates- Central Oregon is looking for an On Call Physical Therapist or PTA!

Join our team to support four clinics actively working to enhance the Bend community's active lifestyle! We treat a variety of patients with the goal to GET MOVING. We specialize in sports rehabilitation, women's health, aquatic therapy, and vestibular rehabilitation.

Our passion is seeing our patient's succeed through individualized care which is founded in evidence based practice. We provide patients with tools to enhance their lifestyle.

Education is a core value at Therapeutic Associates and we are looking for someone who will be able to jump into a variety of environments with the collective intent of adapting, learning, sharing and growing clinic expertise with a patient first emphasis. If this sounds like an environment that would support your professional growth, we want YOU to apply to join us!

To learn more about our Bend-area clinics, click here.

To read the full job description, click here.

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