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$33 - $55 Per Hour
Full Time
Eugene, OR, United States
4 months ago
Physical Therapist- Pelvic Health Location: Eugene, OR Shift: Full-Time, M-F Salary: $36.80 – $55.20/ hour  Burns Recruitment is partnered with a company in the healthcare industry to find physical therapists.  Position Overview: Primarily treating patients with conditions related to pelvic health/pelvic floor. Evaluate, treat, and instruct patients to assess, prevent, correct, alleviate, and limit the signs and symptoms of physical disability, bodily malfunction, and pain. Perform tests and measurements to evaluate patient functionality and create a customized treatment program that includes the use of physical measures, activities, and devices for preventative and therapeutic purposes. Provide consultative, educational, and other advisory services to reduce the incidence and severity of physical disability, bodily malfunction, and pain  Requirements: Current licensure in the State of Oregon as a Physical Therapist, with a certificate for practicing without referral preferred. Work experience in an outpatient orthopedics setting with pelvic health/pelvic floor experience is required. Desired skills include knowledge of general physical therapy theory and practice, including biological, physical, social, and medical sciences and their application for a better understanding of patient care challenges. A high degree of written and verbal communication skills, flexibility to handle a variety of duties which may be interrupted and changed by immediate circumstances, while utilizing sound evaluation and judgment skills. Must have the ability to work independently, as well as function as an integral part of the Physical & Hand Therapy team.  Primary Duties: • Diagnose and manage movement dysfunction and enhance physical and functional abilities. • Restore, maintain, and promote optimal physical function, as well as best possible wellness, fitness, and quality of life as it relates to movement and health. • Prevent the onset, symptoms, and progression of impairments, functional limitations, and disabilities that may result from diseases, disorders, conditions, or injuries. • Conduct initial evaluations to create a plan of care by reviewing the patient history and performing tests and measurements to identify potential and existing deficits. • Implement patient treatment as scheduled. • Re-examine patients and modify interventions to achieve desired goals and outcomes. • Develop and implement discharge plans. • Document patient care in a complete and timely manner. • Communicate with physicians, referral sources, and other healthcare staff regarding patient treatment and progress. • Develop and conduct pre-placement tests, injury prevention screens, and essential function testing according to established criteria as needed. • Access and maintain confidential and sensitive information using discretion and adherence to HIPAA rules and regulations. • Assume responsibility for professional continuing education and associated competencies. • Attend departmental meetings and assist in departmental outreach activities, as indicated. • Perform all duties in a safe manner in accordance with policies and procedures. • Demonstrate a caring, understanding demeanor with patients, clients, and coworkers. • Complete other duties as requested.   Benefits: Medical insurance (includes prescription coverage) Vision Insurance Dental Insurance Life Insurance and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance (equal to annual compensation) Voluntary Supplemental Life Insurance Long-term Disability Insurance (60% of monthly income) Voluntary Short-term Disability Insurance Aflac Supplemental Insurance (accident, cancer/specified disease, critical care & recovery, hospital confinement) 401(k) Retirement Plan (traditional or Roth option, based on years of service, with match up to 6.5%) Flexible Spending Accounts (health and/or dependent care) Employee Assistance Program Earned Leave (paid time for holidays, vacation, or sickness) Personal Leave of Absence Jury Duty Pay Bereavement Leave   About Our Client: We are a local, nonprofit health care organization founded to meet the unmet health needs of our neighbors and make life better for those we have the privilege to serve. We make life better at work. Our occupational health programs keep people in our community working, safe and well at more than 3,000 local businesses. We make life better by guiding people through difficult emotions, conditions and situations. Our behavioral health department helps people develop strong relationships, overcome adversity, learn healthy communication skills and make personal changes that contribute to more fulfilling lives. We make life better by helping people become healthier. Our home health, diabetes and nutrition education and physical therapy services give people the tools, education and support they need to take control of their conditions and make healthy choices. And we make life better by providing comfort. Our palliative care, home hospice and Pete Moore Hospice House teams provide compassionate physical, emotional and spiritual care to help people manage the symptoms of chronic illnesses or comfortably find meaning and peace in the final phase of life. Our people are caring, qualified professionals. Our programs are innovative, patient-centered and focused on outcomes. Together, we touch lives and create a stronger, healthier community.   Not ready to apply? Contact Burns Recruitment with any questions. More jobs can be found at
$33 - $55 Per Hour