Hudson Valley Physical Therapy, Westchester County NY

Posted 4/2/18: Hudson Valley Physical Therapy is a physical therapist owned private practice located in southern Westchester county. We specialize in pelvic health physical therapy for women and men, prenatal/postpartum musculoskeletal care and physical therapy for complex cases, including post traumatic/post surgical abdominal and pelvic conditions. We provide one on one, 60 minute treatment sessions focusing on exceptional, personalized care with emphasis on manual therapy. We are seeking a full time physical therapist to join our team. New grads who are interested in specializing in pelvic health physical therapy are encouraged to apply. We provide hands on training and a mentoring program for all new employees. We offer a competitive compensation and benefit package including paid time off, generous continuing education allowance, paid APTA membership, optional medical insurance and 401K plan. Requirements: - completion of accredited Physical Therapy program (MS PT, MPT, DPT) - current New York State Physical Therapist license (or in process) Qualifications: - Completion of level 1 or above pelvic rehab courses through Herman & Wallace or APTA-Women’s Health Section - Experience in orthopedic manual physical therapy - Able to work 2 nights per week - Organized, motivated, flexible - Competent in use of computer/laptop/iPad for EMR and scheduling Please send cover letter and resume with 3 professional references to geript@hudsonvalleypt.com or fax to 914-214-5469. Website: www.hudsonvalleypt.com.

Company/Institution: 
Hudson Valley Physical Therapy
Location: 
Hartsdale, NY
Contact Person: 
Geri White
Contact Email: 
Geript@hudsonvalleypt.com
Website: 
WWW.hudsonvalleypt.com
Salary: 
Competitive salary

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