Registered Physical Therapist and Rehabilitation Specialist

Several full-time opportunities are currently available for a Physical Rehabilitation Therapist in the Boston, MA market with a distinguished hospital system. Conveniently positioned just outside the city, this location provides convenient freeway access to Boston and its suburban communities.


As a national award winning health center, this facility has routinely been recognized as one of the top-rated places to work in Massachusetts and has received distinction in patient service excellence.


Physical Therapists with this large, not-for-profit facility evaluate and oversee the treatment of a wide variety of patients. Demonstration of proper strengthening exercises, gait techniques and transfer skills are provided to patients, home health aides and family members. Therapist Aides will have access to a wide variety of adaptation products to utilize in providing patient instruction and evaluation.


Registered Physical Therapists will manage sizable caseloads, providing full treatment programs and aftercare instruction to patients needing both rehabilitative and therapeutic care. Therapy Specialists will share best practices with a large team of colleagues including other Therapists, Physical Therapy Assistants and Physical Therapy Managers.


The Boston area provides an exciting, fast-paced lifestyle and access to all of the shopping, dining and sporting events that are enjoyed in a major metropolitan area.


As an employee of this health system, the Physical Therapy Specialist will receive an extremely competitive compensation package including a full benefits package including retirement savings and paid time off. Strong consideration for immediate interviews will be given to candidates with prior experience!



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