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Physical Therapy

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JOB TITLE:

Physical Therapy

JOB TYPE:

JOB SKILLS:

JOB LOCATION:

Springfield Missouri / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Position Description :
Outpatient Therapy Services
Outpatient Clinic

Shift & Hours: Full time, Monday – Friday, no weekend, 40 hours/week

Qualifications/Certifications: Experience in pediatric physical therapy is required.

Education: Graduate of an accredited B.S., M.S. or DPT degree program in Physical Therapy.

Licensure: Must hold current licensure in the State of Missouri.

Certifications: Must have a current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider card
General Comments
Other: Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities: Must have general knowledge of evaluation and treatment principles for a diverse number and types of diagnoses.

Working Conditions, Mental and Physical Requirements: Patient care may include heavy lifting and extensive bending and standing. Physical demands are attached plus push at 40lbs., pull 60lbs., and grip up to 50 lbs., pinch up to 15 lbs., kneel, crouch, and crawl minimally. Equipment Used: May occasionally work with office equipment; i.e. copy machines, telephones, computer. Must demonstrate competency in equipment used for the delivery of modalities.

Job Summary:
Responsibilities

Performs Evaluation including the following components as indicated by patient need:
1.1 To include Orders, Diagnoses, History,
1.2 Subjective Finding to include but not limited to: Patient Report of Pain, Patient/Family Goals, Prior Level of Function, Mental Status, Discharge Plan
1.3 Motor and Sensory Function to include but not limited to: Range of Motion, Muscle Tone, Strength, Coordination, Balance, Fall Risk and Sensation and Edema
1.4 Functional Mobility / Transfers including Home/Work/School environment
1.5 Gait / Wheelchair Mobility to include but not limited to: Distance, Device, Assistance, Deviation
1.6 Endurance including as indicated: Duration of Activity, use of Supplemental Oxygen, monitoring Vital Signs
1.7 Plan and Recommendations to include: Patient-centered, Function Focused, Measurable Goals, Patient/Family Education, Equipment Needs and Follow-up Services
Provides Treatment to include the following components:
2.1 Interventions to meet Functional, Psychosocial, Cultural, Educational and Spiritual needs.
2.2 Therapeutic modalities may include but not limited to Ultrasound, Hot Packs, Electrical Stimulation, Whirlpool, Transdermal Medication
2.3 Therapeutic interventions to include but not limited to Therapeutic Procedures, Neuromuscular Reeducation, Gait Training, Manual Therapy, Therapeutic Activities, Wheelchair Management, Wound Care, Orthotic Management, Prosthetic Management
2.4 Demonstrates effective interdisciplinary collaboration and documentation of said collaboration
Discharge Planning
3.1 Education provided to Patient/Significant Other/Caregiver to include but not limited to the Home Program, Equipment and Instruction in the use of Equipment
3.2 Recommend Follow-up Care, if any, which may include Home Program, Home Health Care, Skilled Nursing, Inpatient Rehabilitation, or Outpatient Therapy
Documentation
4.1 Completes all documentation in a timely and thorough manner in accordance with regulatory guidelines
Productivity – Supports and implements budgetary practices in the planning, organization and efficient
execution of work activities.
5.1 Meets established departmental productivity standards, conserves resources, and recognizes the value of cost containment while maintaining quality standards.
Customer Satisfaction – reflects client Values
6.1 Consistently utilizes client Service techniques in establishing and maintaining a positive relationship with all internal and external customers including co-workers as demonstrated by communication that is effective, friendly, helpful and appropriate in manner.
Professional Development – demonstrates a commitment to excellence of care by advancing one’s knowledge base through departmental and non-departmental venues.
7.1 Assumes responsibility and accountability for level of work and adherence to competency standards, pursues opportunities for educational advancement and meets departmental continuing education requirements including the provision of in-services for co-workers
7.2 Provides effective supervision for students during clinical rotations.
7.3 Process Improvement (PI)/Outcomes – demonstrates clinical skills and a commitment toward improvement and monitoring activities which result in enhanced patient outcomes and compliance with regulatory bodies
Performs additional duties as directed.

Position Details

POSTED:

Oct 22, 2022

EMPLOYMENT:

INDUSTRY:

Health Care

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S166119480570554

LOCATION:

Missouri / United States

CITY:

Springfield

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Position Description :
Outpatient Therapy Services
Outpatient Clinic

Shift & Hours: Full time, Monday – Friday, no weekend, 40 hours/week

Qualifications/Certifications: Experience in pediatric physical therapy is required.

Education: Graduate of an accredited B.S., M.S. or DPT degree program in Physical Therapy.

Licensure: Must hold current licensure in the State of Missouri.

Certifications: Must have a current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider card
General Comments
Other: Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities: Must have general knowledge of evaluation and treatment principles for a diverse number and types of diagnoses.

Working Conditions, Mental and Physical Requirements: Patient care may include heavy lifting and extensive bending and standing. Physical demands are attached plus push at 40lbs., pull 60lbs., and grip up to 50 lbs., pinch up to 15 lbs., kneel, crouch, and crawl minimally. Equipment Used: May occasionally work with office equipment; i.e. copy machines, telephones, computer. Must demonstrate competency in equipment used for the delivery of modalities.

Job Summary:
Responsibilities

Performs Evaluation including the following components as indicated by patient need:
1.1 To include Orders, Diagnoses, History,
1.2 Subjective Finding to include but not limited to: Patient Report of Pain, Patient/Family Goals, Prior Level of Function, Mental Status, Discharge Plan
1.3 Motor and Sensory Function to include but not limited to: Range of Motion, Muscle Tone, Strength, Coordination, Balance, Fall Risk and Sensation and Edema
1.4 Functional Mobility / Transfers including Home/Work/School environment
1.5 Gait / Wheelchair Mobility to include but not limited to: Distance, Device, Assistance, Deviation
1.6 Endurance including as indicated: Duration of Activity, use of Supplemental Oxygen, monitoring Vital Signs
1.7 Plan and Recommendations to include: Patient-centered, Function Focused, Measurable Goals, Patient/Family Education, Equipment Needs and Follow-up Services
Provides Treatment to include the following components:
2.1 Interventions to meet Functional, Psychosocial, Cultural, Educational and Spiritual needs.
2.2 Therapeutic modalities may include but not limited to Ultrasound, Hot Packs, Electrical Stimulation, Whirlpool, Transdermal Medication
2.3 Therapeutic interventions to include but not limited to Therapeutic Procedures, Neuromuscular Reeducation, Gait Training, Manual Therapy, Therapeutic Activities, Wheelchair Management, Wound Care, Orthotic Management, Prosthetic Management
2.4 Demonstrates effective interdisciplinary collaboration and documentation of said collaboration
Discharge Planning
3.1 Education provided to Patient/Significant Other/Caregiver to include but not limited to the Home Program, Equipment and Instruction in the use of Equipment
3.2 Recommend Follow-up Care, if any, which may include Home Program, Home Health Care, Skilled Nursing, Inpatient Rehabilitation, or Outpatient Therapy
Documentation
4.1 Completes all documentation in a timely and thorough manner in accordance with regulatory guidelines
Productivity – Supports and implements budgetary practices in the planning, organization and efficient
execution of work activities.
5.1 Meets established departmental productivity standards, conserves resources, and recognizes the value of cost containment while maintaining quality standards.
Customer Satisfaction – reflects client Values
6.1 Consistently utilizes client Service techniques in establishing and maintaining a positive relationship with all internal and external customers including co-workers as demonstrated by communication that is effective, friendly, helpful and appropriate in manner.
Professional Development – demonstrates a commitment to excellence of care by advancing one’s knowledge base through departmental and non-departmental venues.
7.1 Assumes responsibility and accountability for level of work and adherence to competency standards, pursues opportunities for educational advancement and meets departmental continuing education requirements including the provision of in-services for co-workers
7.2 Provides effective supervision for students during clinical rotations.
7.3 Process Improvement (PI)/Outcomes – demonstrates clinical skills and a commitment toward improvement and monitoring activities which result in enhanced patient outcomes and compliance with regulatory bodies
Performs additional duties as directed.


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