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Huntersville, NC, United States
Job ID: 61396
Job Family: Rehabilitative Services
Status: Full Time
Detailed Shift and Schedule: M-F
Job Type: Regular
Department Name: 44511033137653-Rehabilitation Services - Outpatient
Job SummaryEvaluates, plans, directs, and administers programs of Physical Therapy. Plans and conducts Physical Therapy programs to restore function, prevent disability, and help patients enhance physical and functional abilities.
Hearing (corrected) adequate for oral/aural communication. Vision (corrected) adequate for reading. Intelligible speech and adequate language/cognitive skills to perform job duties. Sitting, standing, and walking required throughout the day. Job duties sometimes require climbing stairs, kneeling, twisting, bending; on occasion, crouching, crawling and reaching overhead. Lifting of patients, equipment or supplies will be required up to 20 pounds frequently and 50 pounds occasionally. Able to laterally transfer patients 100 pounds rarely. Must be able to demonstrate any appropriate exercise and activities to patients/caregivers. Personal Protective Equipment such as gloves, goggles, gowns, and masks are sometimes required due to possible exposure to hazardous chemicals or blood and body fluids. Work is in a fast-paced clinical environment. The work environment is primarily indoors but occasionally outdoors.
Education, Experience and Certifications
Bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy program required. NC license for Physical Therapy required. Possess and maintain Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider certification from the American Heart Association required.
Preferred Experience with Below:
Must demonstrate competency in the evaluation, treatment, and/or recognition of the following conditions:
Male, female, and transgender pelvic floor
Chronic pelvic pain and vulvar pain
Prolapse, rectocele, cystocele,
Interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome
Fecal incontinence and constipation
Bowel dysfunction/irritable bowel syndrome
Hemorrhoids, fistuals, figures, and proctalgia fugax
Pudenedal neuralgia and other associated pelvic floor neuralgias