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Physical Therapist / PT and Physical Therapist Assistant / PTA
Details: MOBILITY PLUS REHABILITATION SERVICES, INC. PHYSICAL THERAPIST Qualifications: Bachelor degree or higher in Physical Therapy. Licensed in the State of Michigan. Purpose: Provides and supervises physical therapy services and acts as a consultant to other physical therapists, physicians, other rehabilitation team members (internal and external). Responsibilities: Reviews referring medical information prior to the initial assessment. Evaluates patient status using accepted standards of practice. Consult with other professionals to develop an interdisciplinary treatment plan when indicated outlining patient goals and objectives. Reviews patient progress and updates the treatment plan on a monthly basis, or more frequently if warranted. Implements the treatment plan. Renders direct services. Completes required treatment and billing documentation on a timely basis. Provides training and education to family members/ significant others. Directs and supervises assigned aides. Fosters and maintains effective professional relationships with other therapists and aides, patients, family members. Participates in committee meetings. Assists with administrative duties such as program development, updating policy and procedure manuals, scheduling, monitoring supplies/ equipment, etc. Keeps abreast of current standards of practice. Preforms related duties, as requested. Reporting Relationships: Reports directly to the Administrator. Supervises Physical Therapy Aides. PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT Qualifications: Graduate of a two year P.T.A. program recognized by the State of Michigan. Maintain an active membership in the American Physical Therapy Association. Purpose: The primary responsibilities of the physical therapy assistant are to perform treatments and related duties, in any setting, assigned by the physical therapist. The P.T.A. works under the supervision of a P.T., and that a P.T. must be readily available to the P.T.A. Responsibilities: Accept responsibility for the patient’s personal care, safety and environment during treatment. Follow established procedures and observe safety precautions in the use and application of all physical therapy modalities such as heat, cold, traction, water, sound, massage, and electrical stimulation. Provides patient and family instruction for home programs. Modify treatment procedures as indicated within established plan of care and report changes to P.T. Measure and record standardized tests such as goniometry, dynamometry, manual muscle test, and isokinetic testing. Maintain accurate clinical records and confer with physicians in regard to patient’s status, plan of care, and progress. Maintain professional dignity and standards. Participate in inter-departmental training programs. Is available to assist other staff members with treatments as needed. Maintain safe and current practices in treatment and equipment care. The physical therapist assistant MAY NOT perform the following independently: Interpret referrals from physicians. Perform evaluations without the Physical Therapist. Establish or alter the plan of care. Discharge patient. Reporting Relationship: Reports directly to the assigned licensed/ registered therapist. Supervises no other person
Physical Therapist / PT
Details: Physical Therapist / PT The PHYSICAL THERAPIST (PT) is a qualified professional who directs, supervises, evaluates, and provides physical therapy services to patients as prescribed by the attending physician. The Physical Therapist / PT provides therapy to rehabilitate and retrain major motor skills. Services are provided in a variety of healthcare settings. PHYSICAL THERAPIST (PT) DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Evaluates and establishes goals based on patient's current level of functioning and potential for improvement. The Physical Therapist / PT m aintains confidentiality relative to patient care and facility practices in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Treats patients to relieve pain and/or develop or restore function to maintain maximum performance. The Physical Therapist p lans for the patient's discharge, prepares discharge summaries and instructions.
OT PT ST Occupational Therapist, Speech Therapist, Physical Therapist (Healthcare – Long-Term Care)
Details: OT PT ST Occupational Therapist, Speech Therapist, Physical Therapist (Healthcare – Long-Term Care) Therapists – are you looking for a staffing firm that can get you the Therapist assignments that you truly want? Look no further than 5-Star Staffing Services! We specialize in helping long-term healthcare providers throughout the New York metropolitan area to fulfill their staffing needs, going that extra mile to match each caregiver with just the right facility. We currently have great short-term, long-term, and permanent placements for therapists. You will be assigned a dedicated recruiter who will take the time to listen to you and learn about your skills, your work preferences, and your career needs. We’ll find you the shifts you need at locations that are convenient for you. While we prefer that you have previous background in long-term care, we also work with providers who allow new Therapists to gain valuable long-term care experience. Wherever you are in your career, we’ve got the just assignments for you. Contact us today – we’re looking forward to working with you! Here is just some of what we have to offer: Paid orientation Competitive compensation Holiday bonuses Sick days Aflac PPACA Insurance Company contribution for required annual health screenings Easy access to 24/7 support Wide variety of shifts and locations Offices conveniently located in Long Island, the Bronx, Queens, and Brooklyn
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