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Physical Therapist

Olympia Physical Therapy and Industrial Rehabilitation
Lacey, WA Full-time
Posted on May 18, 2019

Olympia Physical Therapy and Industrial Rehabilitation located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest in Olympia, Washington, is seeking a full-time Physical Therapist to work at our Hawks Prairie Physical Therapy location and The Northwest Sports Medicine Center. We are looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic individual who will fit in with our hard working team of providers. Our clinic model/philosophy is a progressive one which employs a good mix of focus on exercise and functional based rehabilitation along with the hands on aspects of manual techniques.

We offer state of the art facilities and an excellent work atmosphere. Our clinics are fully equipped to provide the best orthopedic, sports, and Industrial Rehabilitation in the area. Our ultimate goal is to help orthopedic patients, athletes, and injured workers alike return to work or the activities they love as well as lead healthy and active lifestyles. It is our utmost priority to provide quality care and customer service to our patients.

Our Ortho facility includes 5500 square feet of space with a large, open gym area and state of the art equipment. Our Sports Medicine Center is an additional 5500 square feet attached facility that is tailored to providing an optimal sports rehabilitation environment, including state of the art equipment and a laminar flow therapy pool.

The position offers a competitive compensation package including salary commensurate with experience, medical/dental/vision plans, HSA account, 401K account, vacation/paid time off, continuing education, and potential for additional earning opportunities. Up to $5000 sign on bonus. Up to $2000 relocation assistance.



Ideal candidates must have graduated from and accredited Physical Therapist program and will have an interest in an outpatient orthopedic and sports rehabilitation rehab setting. Applicants must already be or are eligible for licensing in the State of Washington and have excellent inter-personal and communication skills with the goal of providing superior rehabilitative care to our injured patients. Applicants would also exhibit the willingness to work cohesively with our exemplary team, educate the public on injury prevention, rehabilitation, wellness, and other health-related issues; and to maintain the highest quality standards of care and integrity.