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TITLE: Physical Therapist
LOCATION: Grangeville, ID
Are you considering a career change?
Looking for a smaller area where the population is around 50K that offers a low cost of living and plenty of activities in the area but is within a few hours of several large cities.
Position is located in a beautiful area of Idaho that offers around 400 miles of River and has been rated as a Top Outdoor area to live in.
So if you enjoy fishing, hunting, cycling, walking, running or golf then this would be a great place to reside.
With a 50K population the area still remains peaceful and quaint while having several stores for retail shopping, medical facilities and much more.
Below is the details of the position.
What they are looking for:
• Graduate from a physical therapy curriculum approved by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy
• Licensed to practice physical therapy in the State of Idaho or able to obtain prior to starting.
• Current BLS
Hours and Compensation potential:
• Position is day shift.
• The range on the position is between $71K-$96K depending on experience.
• The facility will offer a full benefit package including a sign-on bonus of 10K.
What you will be doing:
•Under the general direction of and upon physician referral; to assess the functional needs of physically disabled patients, develop treatment goals, plan and implement appropriate treatment plans utilizing a variety of physical therapy treatment procedures.
•Based upon the treatment diagnosis of the patient, OBJECTIVELY and QUANTIFIABLY assess a baseline level of physical function for each patient referred.
Such evaluations should include baseline assessment of pertinent medical and onset history, cognitive function, sensory-perceptual-motor function, functional mobility, and pain control.
This baseline information should be sufficient to adequately form the basis of treatment outcome goals.
•Based upon the initial assessment of the patient, identify functional needs and establish appropriate treatment outcome goals.
Such goals will be established as an expected outcome of the patient’s treatment plan, will be expressed in measurable terms, and will be realistic and appropriate to the patient’s condition.
•Based upon the treatment outcome goals established for the patient, plan and implement treatment programs designed to achieve or significantly progress toward achievement of outcome goals.
Treatment programs will be dynamic relative to the clinical response of the patient and will achieve a level of consistency and continuity that will enhance the patient’s clinical response.