The Physical Therapist is responsible for planning and providing physical therapy treatment for patients in accordance with professional and Methodist Healthcare-Methodist Healthcare standards of treatment. Models appropriate behavior as exemplified in The Methodist Mission, Vision and Values.
Graduate from a school of Physical Therapy accredited by CAPTE.
Licensed as a Physical Therapist in the State where work is performed.
- Thorough knowledge of current theories and principles in field of specialty.
- Demonstrated ability to interact with peers, medical staff, patients/families and other constituents involved in patient care.
- Knowledgeable of the system through which the child must move in order to obtain care.
- Must have excellent skills in verbal and written communication, problem solving, and conflict resolution
Displays sensitivity, compassion, and respect for people of diverse cultures
Key Job Responsibilities
- Performs and participates as part of the transdisciplinary team in an initial assessment to help establish a diagnosis or probable source of disorder or delay.
- Provides effective intervention treatment plans by contributing as a specialist in physical therapy or as part of a collaborative transdisciplinary team effort, operating within scope of practice.
- Evaluates the effectiveness of treatment plans at various stages and adjusts treatments to maximize outcomes.
- Maintains reliable systems to document, track and monitor cases.
- Follows established procedures, ensures compliance with regulatory requirements, quality standards, compliance activities, and policies and procedures.
- Exposure to patient body fluids.
- Ability to react quickly to emergency situations.
- Ability to read and write to communicate both orally and in writing with other individuals.
- Normal or corrected-to-normal vision, including peripheral vision.
- Ability to lift, push and pull up to 150 lbs., as well as carry up to 40 lbs.
- Ability to stand, squat, reach, bend, walk, twist and sit in one place throughout shift.
- Ability to use hands and feet together for repetitive, coordinated motions.
- Ability to use hands for gripping and squeezing as well as repetitive hand and wrist motion.
- Good hand-eye coordination.
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