Results Physiotherapy Physical Therapist Assistant - Collegedale in Ooltewah, Tennessee

Physical Therapist Assistants at Results Physiotherapy will work as part of a team to provide world class physical therapy services under the direction and supervision of the physical therapist. The PTA at Results Physiotherapy will be trained to the highest level of proficiency and excellence. The PTA will be trained in basic exercise prescription concepts, graded motor imagery, motor control training, pain science, spinal stabilization concepts, fall prevention exercise programs, balance vestibular exercise training programs, and an understanding of specific exercise interventions for pathologies such as tendinopathy,and a variety of other specialty areas.

Our mission is to provide world class care at all touch points of the patient’s interaction. The PTA will work in a collaborative model with the Physical Therapist to optimize the patient’s experience at Results and ultimately improve the patient’s outcomes.

Implement and adjust select components of treatment as developed by the physical therapist’s plan of care

Contribute to the physical therapist’s effectiveness by providing information and commentary to the patient that promotes improved knowledge, movement, and function

Assist in providing evidence-based patient care by instructing, motivating, assisting, and advancing patients in therapeutic exercise programs, functional activities, and motor control training

Ensure that all patients have a clear understanding and written instructions of their home exercise programs and the importance of compliance the HEP plays in the patients outcomes

Apply and administer appropriate physical modalities as determined by the physical therapist

Ensure that patients have a meaningful therapy experience congruent with the mission of Results

Provide best in class patient engagement, communication, education, patient interactions, and motivation skills

Maintain safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations

Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications, maintaining personal networks, etc.

Assist with administrative functions of the clinic as directed by the Physical Therapist

Collaborate with the physical therapist to discuss subjective and objective findings for modifying and coordinating treatment, while maintaining the highest quality patient care and excellent customer service

Perform patient documentation in a timely, compliant, and concise manner to reflect the time spent with the patient and to demonstrate the patient’s status and response to treatment relative to their functional goals

Must be a graduate from a CAPTE-accredited PTA Program

Must possess a current/active PTA Licensure in the United States

Ability to practice physical therapy unencumbered within state and federal guidelines

CPR Certified

Strong communication and relationship-building skills

ID: 2016-1828