Fremont Therapy Group in Lander is now hiring a Physical Therapy Tech (PTT).
Our PTTs are vital in supporting our Physical Therapists as well as the front desk. As a PTT with Fremont Therapy Group, you will develop experience while working alongside our clinical staff. Your primary focus on the team is to assist the clinicians in their day-to-day work, maintain the overall cleanliness of the clinic, and ensure supplies are available and equipment is in working order.
As an integral part of the patient care team, you will need to think quickly on your feet to ensure that patients are comfortable during their therapy sessions while connecting with them to provide a great customer service experience. Experience and/or education in exercise physiology, kinesiology, or another healthcare-related field is preferred.
In addition, candidates must have excellent customer service skills and phone skills, the ability to stay organized and maintain daily, weekly, and monthly clinical logs that are required for compliance with all local and federal healthcare laws.
Fremont Therapy Group
Our staff are the most important part of our identity — essentially, they are “us”. Because of this, we work hard to find and retain exceptional staff who will provide the best services possible to our patients. We encourage and foster all staff to reach career goals. As a result, we have been fortunate that many of our staff have chosen to stay with us for extended lengths of time and many choose FTG as a long-term career.
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Fremont Therapy Group has been serving the Lander and Riverton communities since 1996 and clinics in Green River, Rock Springs, and Rawlins since 2014.
All of our clinics offer orthopedic therapy, pain management, aquatic therapy, neurological rehabilitation, and cardiovascular conditioning, as well as therapies that address sports and work-related injuries, hand, neck, and back pain and injuries, women’s health, balance problems, and vestibular dysfunctions.