PRN Physical Therapist
At OrthoCarolina, our team is our greatest asset and the foundation of our success; we share a common passion for making lives better. We are a diverse group of individuals, accountable to each other through the backbone of our beliefs: trust, honesty and mutual respect; ensuring our voice is heard. Our positive environment supports individual growth and a sense of belonging. Our employees work together to uphold the standards of excellence and promote and environment of teamwork throughout the organization.
A career at OrthoCarolina will provide you with opportunities for career advancement, dedicated peer support, and continuing education. Our company is committed to providing our employees with the utmost positive work environment.
OrthoCarolina is one of the nation’s leading independent academic orthopedics practices serving North Carolina and the Southeast since 1922. OrthoCarolina provides compassionate and comprehensive musculoskeletal care including operative and non-operative care, diagnostic imaging and rehabilitative therapy. Widely known for musculoskeletal research and training, OrthoCarolina physicians have specialized expertise in foot and ankle, hip and knee, shoulder and elbow, spine, sports medicine, hand, pediatric orthopedics, and physical medicine and rehabilitation. We commit to improving the lives of all we serve, by providing premier patient care and compassionate, personalized service. Over 300 OrthoCarolina providers see more than one million patient visits throughout North and South Carolina each year.
We are currently searching for a PRN Physical Therapist to join our team. This position would be based out of our South Charlotte Ballantyne Physical Therapy center location. The Physical Therapist may also be asked to work at other physical therapy clinics in the South Charlotte area. The days needed will be Monday-Friday. This position will need to be able to cover South and Central locations. Candidates need to be available a minimum of 3 days per week.
• Provides an assessment of the patient’s condition based on diagnosis from the referring physician
• Establishes and implements appropriate physical therapy treatment programs to restore function, prevent disability
• Help patients reach their maximum performance level