The physical therapist evaluates and examines patients and develops a plan of care that promotes movement, reduces pain, restores function and prevents disability. The physical therapist works with the patient, family members and/or other health care providers to ensure the goals of the plan of care are met and the patient outcomes are optimal. In this position, the physical therapist must also abide by all CSA policies and procedures as well as all applicable local, state and federal regulatory requirements.
Required Skills :
High School Diploma or equivalent
Professional (entry-level) physical therapist degree obtained from a CAPTE-accredited physical therapist education program
Current physical therapist license valid in the State of Colorado
CPR Certification-Basic Life Support (BLS) provided by American Heart Association or The Red Cross
Desired Skills/Qualifications :
Interpersonal, Verbal and Written Communication Skills
Computer proficiency with the ability to learn and use an electronic health records system
Excellent Customer Service
Special interest in pelvic floor dysfunction in both men and women; including the ability and willingness to perform internal pelvic floor examinations and treatment.
Ability to discuss, evaluate, educate about and/or treat the following conditions (not all-inclusive): Urinary and Fecal Incontinence, Overactive Bladder, Interstitial Cystitis, Pelvic/Abdominal Pain, Recurrent UTIs, Painful Intercourse, Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Prostate Cancer, Bowel Irregularity, Urinary Urgency and/or Frequency, Urinary Retention and Constipation, Bowel Irregularity and Testicular Pain.
Ability and willingness to address all diagnoses listed with patients across the lifespan and to include both genders, where applicable.