Physical Therapy for Women Lymphedema & Pelvic Rehab Center is an outpatient private practice located in Wilmington, North Carolina. PTFW began in 2001 and expanded in September 2015 into our new facility just 1-mile from beautiful Wrightsville Beach! Our practice provides therapy to women throughout the lifespan, and with our expansion we now provide therapy to the male and pediatric population as well! Our practice provides general physical therapy as well as specializing in Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions and Cancer/Lymphedema management. We have separate treatment rooms for male/female patients as well as completely separate gym spaces to provide an ideal healing/rehab environment for each patient.
We currently have 7 PTs and 2 PTAs for clinical staff and are seeking 1 additional PT to join our team. Ideal candidate will have experience or strong interest in Women’s Health- specifically in the area of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. The staff at PTFW is extremely team-oriented, very motivated and provides a very rewarding and supportive work environment. We are always looking to expand our clinic and add additional services. We have 4 Certified Lymphedema Therapists on staff, 3 Therapists Certified in Dry Needling, and one APTA board certified Orthopedic Specialist. We provide significant education to our community through health fairs, presenting at various luncheons, and attending support groups/fitness organizations. Our staff routinely presents CME’s within the medical field as well to Physicians, nurses, and mid-wives. PTFW offers competitive salary/benefits, generous continuing education, ideal work schedule, one-hour hands on with each patient, ability to continue to grow as a therapist, supportive staff, opportunity to educate others by working with students/community, all while living in a wonderful community.
Required Skills : Applicant must have or be eligible for PT license in North Carolina. Experience preferred. Must have experience or strong interest in Women’s Health population-specifically treating pelvic floor dysfunctions.