Licensed Physical Therapy - Full Time Job Opening

Licensed Physical Therapy - Full Time

Champion, Partners in Rehab

Northport, Alabama
Category: Physical Therapist

This is a licensed position. If you are not listed as Active at please browse for Rehab Tech positions. Recent graduates from a Physical Therapy Assistant Program that are licensed in Alabama or are taking state boards soon are encouraged to apply.
The assistant is a skilled, technical worker who performs physical therapy treatments and related duties as assigned by the therapist.

Minimal education requirements: Graduation from an accredited school for Physical Therapist Assistants.

Therapy Experience:
None required.

Licensure by the Alabama Board of Physical Therapy.
License can be verified at

Source of Supervision:
Staff Physical Therapist/Clinical Director

Stands, turns, bends, stoops, lifts, climbs, and uses a great majority of physical motion in performing day to day activities of work. Must be able to stand for extended periods of time and do a great deal of walking without experiencing extreme fatigue. Lifting and carrying equipment supplies, and materials up to 50 lbs. without help. over 50 lbs. with the help of mechanical devices or other personnel. Operation of electrical equipment.

Interpersonal Relationships:
1. Supervises Rehab Technicians.
2. Treats patients after the evaluation has been performed by a Registered Physical Therapist.
3. Participates in in-service training for clinical staff.
4. Consult with the physical therapist regarding the patients progress and plan of care.
5. Interacts with other departments involved with individual patients regarding patient's progress.

1. Adheres to the code of ethics of the APTA.
2. Reports to the Staff Physical Therapists/Clinical Director concerning Physical Therapy matters.
3. Carries out the physical therapy procedures according to the Plan of Care of the Registered Physical Therapist.
4. Covers instructions for home treatment programs through consultation with the Registered Physical Therapist.
5. Maintains proper equipment and supplies which might benefit the patient.
6. Maintains proper attitude of encouragement toward the patient without giving false hope.
7. Counsels patient and/or family on special problems with advice from the Registered Physical Therapist.
8. Helps the patient become physically, emotionally, and socially dependent.
9. Utilizes proper procedures which will be in keeping with good patient care, but reasonable in expense to the department, such as supplies. equipment, linens, and time usage.
10. Submit in writing to the Registered Physical Therapist/Supervisor on duty, any recorded incident or accident with patient or employee as it occurs.
11. Documents on all patients' treatments received according to the policies and procedures of the physical therapy department.
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