Valid License/Registration as a Physical Therapist in North America, Western Europe, or Australia/New Zealand, and
Minimum one year of experience as a Physical Therapist in North America, Western Europe, or Australia/New Zealand.
The Physical Therapy Department provides both Physical Therapy (P.T.) and Occupational Therapy (O.T.) services for the inpatient/ outpatient, adult/ pediatric patient at our client hospital. PT and OT Services participate in the Home Health Program and the provision of services to CCC and outlying clinics.
Evaluation and treatments are offered, but not limited to patients with:
Wound care problems
MAJOR FUNCTIONS Physical Therapists:
Identify, prevent, remediate, and rehabilitate acute or prolonged physical dysfunction or pain, with an emphasis on movement dysfunction. Train new graduates, SCDP participants, interns and students from KSU.
Provide lumbar and cervical rolls, elbow supports, post-op knee splints, canes, crutches, walkers, cast boots and dressing supplies.
Provide goal directed purposeful activity to aid in development of adaptive skills and performance capacities by individuals of all ages that have physical disabilities and related psychological impairments.
Provide splints for upper extremities (both custom and prefabricated), pressure garments (both custom and prefabricated) and adaptive equipment.
Major Categories include:
Arthritis â OA, RA, JRA
Oncology and BMT
Neurological conditions including CVA
TKR & THR
CABG, other cardiac surgeries and conditions
Post surgical including mastectomy
PVD and Diabetes
2006 data shows: Patients Visits 43,927 Treatments 77,594