The Physical Therapist implements the evaluation and treatment of medically disabled patients using established procedures. Provides education to patients and family to deal with present disabilities or prevent further disabilities. Provides consultation to health care personnel and public in matters related to physical therapy. Provides consultation to health care personnel and public in matters related to physical therapy.
Completion of training in accordance with minimum essentials for therapy schools as prescribed by Council of Medical Education and Hospitals of American Medical Association. Graduation from an AMA-APTA approved school of Physical Therapy.
State of Michigan Licensed Physical Therapist Membership in or eligibility for membership in American Physical Therapy Association.
Minimum of five years’ experience in Sports Medicine.
Strong listening and communication skills; strong documentation skills; requires excellent organization, written and verbal communication skills. Masters the ability to manage a variety of tasks and problems simultaneously; high level of initiative and ability to self-direct to solve problems and troubleshoot; ability to work collaboratively with multidisciplinary group of providers. Possess excellent interpersonal skills.
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