Pelvic Health/Orthopedic Physiotherapist Part time with possibility of full time
Established in 1992, Striowski & Associates Physiotherapy is a physiotherapist owned clinic in a medical building beside the North York General Hospital with strong relationships with many healthcare providers in the area. Our strong reputation has been built on the focus of uncompromising quality care in the North York and surrounding areas.
– Have completed pelvic health training courses in incontinence, pelvic pain and central sensitization (Level 1-3 Pelvic Health Solutions or equivalent)
– Be registered and rostered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario to perform internal pelvic floor assessment and treatment.
– 2 years of experience in pelvic health and orthopedic physiotherapy is an asset
– Strong orthopedic assessment and treatment skills – Canadian Orthopedic Division Level II or higher is preferred
– Dedication to continued education, high level of communication, and clinical excellence
What we offer:
– Mentorship with two Orthopedic Division instructors
– Work with an experienced pelvic physiotherapist who is willing to provide mentorship and looking for a long term pelvic health colleague to mutually grow and support this area of practice.
– Working in an environment with an established history of quality care in the community. 1:1 care private patients, minimal MVA, no WSIB.
– Lovely working environment-relatively newly renovated clinic with private treatment rooms with large gym, coworkers with an average of 20 years of physiotherapy experience and dedicated to excellence.
Striowski & Associates Physiotherapy is committed to building a diverse workforce representative of the communities we serve. We are proud to be in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), 2005 and the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation. Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the recruitment and assessment (if applicable) process as required under Striowski & Associates Physiotherapy’s accessibility policies and procedures. Applicants must make their accommodation needs known upon requests for interviews.