U.S. Physical Therapy and OPR Management Services, Inc.

  • Staff Physical Therapist

    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(12/31/2018 12:30 PM)
    # of Openings
    Clinical Care
  • Overview

    Are you looking for a change… with endless possibilities for growth? Look no further and join our Therapy Partners Family. We pride ourselves on being different. Our therapists treat in an open sports concept and focus on working with each patient’s goal; getting them back to the things they love to do!

    Therapy Partners of N Texas Physical Therapy is currently looking for a Full time physical therapist. The PT must exercise independent judgment to plan, prioritize, and organize the workload required to complete the work assigned. The therapist will be responsible for providing Physical Therapy treatment and assessments, along with the completion of all documentation, as well as follow clinic policy and procedure.


    Qualifications / Requirements:


    • A team player with outstanding customer service and communication skills
    • Motivated and eager to establish a presence in the community
    • Exhibits independence and the ability to work with minimal supervision
    • State licensure to practice Physical Therapy
    • Interest in functional/sports therapy (CSCS certification preferred, but not required)
    • Demonstrates problem solving skills and handles stress effectively
    • Why work for Therapy Partners PT?
    • Competitive pay
    • Quarterly bonus eligibility
    • Relocation bonuses
    • 401k Plans Offered
    • Comprehensive benefit package (Medical, Dental, Vision)
    • Short Term & Long Term Disability
    • Life Insurance
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Employee Discount Buying Program
    • Professional Licenses Reimbursed 100%
    • Generous PTO
    • Continuing Education Opportunities
    • Professional Mentorship
    • Individual education

    Please contact LWelch@usph.com for additional information


    #APTA #ACN


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