Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist will conduct physical therapy evaluations and treatment interventions for patients upon provider referral to restore function, relieve pain and prevent disability. Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist will select and accurately perform appropriate tests and measurements and develop meaningful and effective physical therapy treatment plans and goals.
This is a transient position, working less than 20 hours per week.
Evaluate the extent of patient’s disabilities to determine appropriate treatment program using a variety of tests, such as manual muscle test, goniometry, functional testing and gait analysis.
Plans therapy programs and administers treatment to restore body function and strength, relieve pain and prevent disability through use of various therapeutic techniques such as exercise programs, facilitation techniques, muscle re-education, gait training, biofeedback, hydrotherapy and electrotherapy
Maintains medical record of evaluation, treatment and progress for each patient.
Promote the philosophy, goals and objectives of the School and the Department by becoming familiar with and complying with policies and procedures.
Contribute to the well-being of patients by serving as a positive role model and demonstrating a professional, caring attitude, and behavior towards co-workers, patients, and guests.
Attendance, as assigned, is essential to meeting required performance duties.
Complete other miscellaneous duties as assigned.
PATIENT CONFIDENTIALITY MUST BE MAINTAINED AT ALL TIMES.
Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy. Licensed as a Physical Therapist in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Has attended at least two (2) continuing education courses (accredited by the SOWH) in Pelvic Floor Evaluation and Treatment. One (1) year of clinical experience treating Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Rehab patients.