Full-Time Senior Staff Physical Therapist – Ilesha
Physical therapists are needed who will give excellent care, participate in team activities, and treat clients and coworkers with compassion, sensitivity, and dedication. The ideal applicant for this role would love working with a variety of patients, from young children to the elderly, and be willing to go above and beyond for their patients when necessary. You’d be in charge of coordinating care with other medical specialists as necessary to get patients back to where they were functionally or to a place where they can become more independent and have a better quality of life.
Job Title : Senior Staff Physical Therapist
Location : Ilesha, Osun, Nigeria
Salary : $ 37.34 per hour.
Company : Consolidated Edison Inc.
Job Type : Full-Time
- Restore, maintain, and promote not just perfect physical function but also ideal wellbeing, fitness, and quality of life when it comes to mobility and health.
- Patients should receive education and training to help them cut back on medication and postpone surgery.
- Providing the client’s family and/or other caregivers with support and consultation is one way to encourage the client’s development toward agreed-upon goals and a discharge plan.
- Patients are instructed in, encouraged to engage in, and provided with assistance while performing non-manual exercises, ambulatory functional activities, daily living duties, and the use of assistive and supporting equipment including crutches, canes, and prostheses.
- Make a plan for the patient’s care, make sure they stick to it, and modify it as the patient improves.
- Communicates with the patient’s primary care physician and other healthcare providers to get more insight into the patient’s condition, modify the treatment plan as needed, and coordinate physical therapy with the patient’s overall health care.
- Recognizes the varying reimbursement structures of various insurance companies and effectively allocates therapeutic resources in light of resident outcomes and discharge plans.
- Prevent the beginning, symptoms, and progression of diseases, disorders, maladies, or injuries in order to avoid impairments, functional limitations, and disabilities.
- Perform initial and ongoing physical therapy exams in line with state laws and the American Physical Therapy Association’s standards of practice (APTA).
- Collects data on a patient’s vital signs, muscle tone, sensory awareness, and range of motion, ability to perform basic tasks, and respiratory and cardiovascular health to inform treatment decisions.
- A graduate of an APTA-approved physical therapy program is expected to fill this position.
- At least one year of experience in a similar capacity is necessary, preferably in a hospital, long-term care facility, or inpatient/outpatient setting.
- Knowledge and experience in rehabilitation, Orthopedics, and medical/surgical settings is preferred as evidence of having the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities for the position.
- The applicant needs to be a natural born leader with a constant thirst for knowledge and improvement.
- Qualities such as empathy, compassion, and the ability to inspire patients to push themselves safely and constructively are essential.