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Careers 2021-04-22T15:43:20+00:00

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Physical Therapist

Therapist’s Duties

Therapist’s principal duties are to provide physical therapy services consistent with their license and profession as a physical therapist to patients of the employer.

Responsibilities

  1.  Evaluate incoming patient conditions to determine appropriate physical treatment programs, and consult with referring Physicians regarding diagnosis.
  2. Develop and implement physical therapy treatment programs based on each patient’s particular needs.
  3. Assist patients with all phases of physical therapy treatment and techniques to include:
    • exercise instruction
    • manual therapy techniques
    • modalities (ultrasound)
    • activities of daily living
    • orthotron testing
    • nautilus program
  4. Document treatments rendered in provided EHR program.
  5. Consult with referring Physicians regarding patient diagnosis, and communicate changes via progress notes.
  6. Communicate with referring Physicians and Physical Therapy Assistants regarding patient therapy and equipment.
  7. Communicate with potential referral sources to expand existing business and cultivate new business.
  8. Communicate with Physical Therapy Assistants to perform interim therapy evaluations to continually modify and update treatment programs.
  9. Operate and apply knowledge of standard physical therapy equipment such as ultrasound equipment, nautilus equipment and so forth.
  10. Refer to appropriate outside sources as necessary.
  11. Attend continuing educational courses to obtain advanced clinical skills.
  12. Maintain current knowledge of Physical Therapist roles and continuing trends in the industry.
  13. Perform other related duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities

  1. Supervise overall effectiveness of Physical Therapy Assistants.
  2. Delegate daily physical therapy treatment instructions and duties such as modalities, exercise programs and manual therapy to Physical Therapy Assistants.
  3. Communicate with Supervisor regarding staff performance and related personnel matters.

Education/Training

  • Degree: Doctorate of Physical Therapy preferred but not required.

Experience

  • Prior work related experience required.

Certifications/Licenses

  • Appropriate Certifications/Licenses required.

Occupational Therapist

Therapist’s Duties

The Occupational Therapist’s principal duties are to provide therapy services consistent with their license and profession as an occupational therapist to patients of the employer. The Occupational Therapist helps patients improve their ability to perform tasks in their daily lives and working environments. The OT will assist patients to develop, recover, or maintain daily living and work skills with the goal of guiding clients to resume independent, productive, and satisfying lives.

Responsibilities

  1. Evaluate incoming patient conditions to determine appropriate treatment programs, and consult with referring Physicians regarding diagnosis.
  2. Develop and implement therapy treatment programs based on each patient’s particular needs.
  3. Assist patients with all phases of therapy treatment and techniques to include:
    • exercise instruction
    • manual therapy techniques
    • modalities (ultrasound)
    • activities of daily living
    • orthotron testing
    • nautilus program
  4. Document treatments rendered in provided EHR program.
  5.  Perform custom orthosis fabrication and training to patient, includes custom splinting duties.
  6. Consult with referring Physicians regarding patient diagnosis, and communicate changes via progress notes.
  7. Communicate with referring Physicians regarding patient therapy and equipment.
  8. Communicate with potential referral sources to expand existing business and cultivate new business.
  9. Operate and apply knowledge of standard occupational therapy equipment such as nautilus equipment and so forth.
  10. Refer to appropriate outside sources as necessary.
  11. Attend continuing educational courses to obtain advanced clinical skills.
  12. Maintain current knowledge of Occupational Therapist roles and continuing trends in the industry.
  13. Perform other related duties as assigned.

Education/Training

  • Degree: MS in Physical/Occupational Therapy
  • State of IL License
  • CHT License is also preferred.

Experience

  • Prior work related experience preferred.

Certifications/Licenses

  • Appropriate Certifications/Licenses required.

Athletic Trainer

Position Summary

Certified Athletic Trainers are healthcare providers who specialize in the prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries while ensuring our patients & athletes receive the utmost care and consideration. From time to time the Athletic Trainer may work in the clinic setting.

Responsibilities

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide exceptional care to assigned affiliation and/or clinic
  • Maintain accurate records of injuries and treatments following documentation protocol
  • Continually check and respond to communications directed to Athletic Trainers
  • Maintain an organized and clean athletic training room
  • Ensure Athletes, parents, coaches are continually informed of Sports PT services and locations
  • Responsible for following all HIPAA regulations and guidelines as well as OSHA guidelines
  • Complete necessary paperwork as requested from affiliate and Sports PT management
  • Exhibit a professional image representing Sports PT at all functions
  • Act as a liaison between physicians, the affiliate, Sports PT (when applicable) and patient
  • Complete necessary paperwork as requested from Sports PT management
  • Engage in the business relationships with Sports PT affiliates, physicians and patients

Education and Experience:  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

  • At minimum a Bachelor’s Degree from CAATE accredited institution
  • Must be NATA BOC Certified and state licensed
  • CPR Certified
  • Driver’s License in good standing

Essential Qualifications:   To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactory and meet the physical demands of the job. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Professional
  • Energetic and a team player
  • Able to demonstrate compassion toward patients
  • Complete tasks thoroughly and timely
  • Service oriented

Physical Demands:  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential function.

  • Specific vision requirements include the ability to see at close range, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear
  • Possess the ability to fulfill any office activities normally expected in an office setting, to include, but not limited to:  remaining seated for extended periods of time to perform computer based work, participating in filing activity, lifting and carrying office supplies (paper reams, mail, etc.)
  • Frequently required to stand, walk dynamically, sit, use hands to feel, and reach with hand/arms
  • Occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds
  • Occasionally be required to push, pull, stoop, kneel, crouch, or work at a low level for assistance with patient care of equipment management
  • Fine hand manipulation (keyboarding)
  • Travel may be required to existing or new Sports PT locations or resource center onsite meetings

Sports Physical Therapists provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.   This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, and transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

In-Home Physical Therapist

In-Home Therapist’s Duties

Therapist’s principal duties are to provide physical therapy services consistent with their license and profession as a physical therapist to patients of the employer.

Responsibilities

  1.  Evaluate incoming patient conditions to determine appropriate physical treatment programs, and consult with referring Physicians regarding diagnosis.
  2. Develop and implement physical therapy treatment programs based on each patient’s particular needs in their home.
  3. Assist patients with all phases of physical therapy treatment and techniques in their home to include:
    • exercise instruction
    • manual therapy techniques
    • activities of daily living
  4. Document treatments rendered in provided EHR program.
  5. Consult with referring Physicians regarding patient diagnosis, and communicate changes via progress notes.
  6. Communicate with referring Physicians and Physical Therapy Assistants regarding patient therapy and equipment.
  7. Communicate with potential referral sources to expand existing business and cultivate new business.
  8. Refer to appropriate outside sources as necessary.
  9. Attend continuing educational courses to obtain advanced clinical skills.
  10. Maintain current knowledge of Physical Therapist roles and continuing trends in the industry.
  11. Perform other related duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities

  1. Supervise overall effectiveness of Physical Therapy Assistants.
  2. Delegate daily physical therapy treatment instructions and duties such as modalities, exercise programs and manual therapy to Physical Therapy Assistants.
  3. Communicate with Supervisor regarding staff performance and related personnel matters.

Education/Training

  • Degree: Doctorate of Physical Therapy preferred but not required.

Experience

  • Prior work related experience required.

Certifications/Licenses

  • Appropriate Certifications/Licenses required.