As a Physiotherapist with Fit Physiotherapy, you will work as part of a health-care team to assess patients, design treatment plans and effectively treat all clients. You will be responsible for providing physiotherapy services, including assessment, diagnosis and treatment. Working with a diverse patient group, you will be expected to tailor your approach to each individual patient for optimal impact of the treatment and customer satisfaction. You will educate individuals regarding the causes and treatment methods for each particular issue, including the recognition of contributing factors. The incumbent is accountable for adhering to the standards of practice and ethical conduct endorsed by the Ontario Physiotherapy Association and the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. This position reports to the clinical director.
This opportunity has the ability to work closely with multiple physiotherapists (with FCAMPT mentorship availability). We are located in the York Medical Health Center and near the Southlake Regional Health Center. Our physiotherapists have ties to numerous local physicians. We offer potential candidates a friendly work environment in a well-equipped facility. In addition to the excellent salary, there are plenty of opportunities for learning and growth in an environment that fosters creativity as well as professional development.
Minimum Qualifications and Skills
• Master’s degree in physiotherapy from recognized university
• License in good standing from Ontario College of Physiotherapy
• Thorough understanding of anatomy and pathology
• Extensive Continuing Education Credentials and evidence of pursuit of further education
• Strong theoretical and practical knowledge of injuries and treatment methods
• Comprehensive knowledge of diagnosis and professional practice guidelines
• Strong knowledge of customer service principles and practices
• Knowledge of administrative practices and procedures, including billing
• Functional level in English (oral and written)
• Strong knowledge of industry best practices