The Physical Therapist is responsible for providing evaluation and treatment upon physician referral to a patient population consisting of varying diagnosis. The Physical Therapist will assess, identify and treat all areas of deficits impacting posture, locomotion, strength, endurance, balance, coordination, joint mobility, flexibility, pain and functional abilities in daily living. The Physical Therapist provides instruction and education to the patient/caregiver to promote the safe execution of the facilitatory techniques taught.
One year experience in acute care, extended care, rehabilitation, mental health or out patient setting
Current Physical Therapy license from the State of California, or be a California Licensed applicant. Licensed applicant must successfully complete next available examination to continue employment.
Current CPR recognition
Must demonstrate technical competence, professional clinical judgment, communication skills and sensitivity for the patient and family. Clinical skills and knowledge to successfully achieve desired outcomes in assigned patients. Ability to provide treatment to address the practical and realistic needs and goals of the patient. Must be able to fulfill the essential functions of the position.