Michigan Medicine - MedSport is currently seeking a Float Sports Physical Therapist experienced in treatment of orthopaedic extremity injuries and conditions for active individuals from pediatrics to geriatrics in a float role across our MedSport facilities. The Physical Therapist is responsible for the evaluation and treatment of patients in a sports medicine setting.
Candidate is expected to plan, implement, evaluate and modify treatment programs for patients in a team approach; provide direct patient care using physical therapy procedures and modalities; instruct patients in use of prescribed equipment and home exercise programs; maintain records of patient condition and physical therapy procedures/modalities; serve as consultant to physical therapists, athletic trainers, physical therapy assistants and other health care professionals concerning clinical problems and/or procedures; conduct special projects/in-services as directed; participate in teaching of physical therapy/athletic training students.
Bachelors Degree or Post Baccalaureate Degree in Physical Therapy from an accredited physical therapy program is required.
Eligible for Physical Therapy License in the State of Michigan and obtain the license within three months from date of hire.
Qualified candidates should have 1-3 years of sports medicine rehabilitation experience-with orthopaedic injuries and conditions, postoperative patient care along with strong manual skills.
Hours/Week: 40 hours/week
Shift within clinic hours of 6:30 AM - 7:30 PM, Monday through Friday, shift to be determined
Saturday hours may be requested at a later date
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