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Accepting New Graduates – and Mentorship is availableAffordable cost of living with an outstanding compensation package – a winning combination! Pay off school loans with options for Tuition Loan Reimbursement!A new clinic with newly purchased start-of-art equipment – offering a great benefits package, including continuing education for all therapists. Working in a modestly sized clinic allows you to build personal relationships with your patients.This small clinic, which is offset in a quieter area, is affiliated with a Premier Medical Center and teaching hospital. Excellence in clinical care, biomedical research and medical education - approved for grants, GME Residents, and Joint Faculty with University Medical Centers

REPORTS TO: Manager of Rehab who also is a PT with Masters in Physical Therapy and heavily into sports and outdoors activities of which there are plenty of options

PATIENT AGES:  range from 12 years old spanning up through geriatric

FULL-TIME SCHEDULE:  M-F 9 hours and on Friday mornings 4 hours


  • Salary Range $38.50 (for new graduate) and up to $58/hour for more experienced PTs - & paid for any additional overtime hours
  • Sign-On Bonus: $5,000
  • $10,000 for previous school loans, plus additional substantial Tuition Loan Reimbursement options which PTs are also qualified for; please inquire for details
  • Additional Relocation Package; ~$5,000 and up for out of state
  • Excellent Benefits Package with 401K
  • Generous annual continuing education funding for certifications, courses, conferences
  • All onsite interview costs are provided for

LOCATION: Pacific States breathtaking scenery, and a thriving downtown. Day trip to the coast and beaches! Rugged mountain vistas are backdrop of this beautiful city with its small-town feel. Recreation: water and snow skiing, fishing, backpacking, kayaking, whitewater rafting, mountain biking/hiking, camping. Live/concert/movie theaters, art galleries.


Contact:  patty@clinipost.com

Patty Wyatt / direct 469.626.5161 


Angie Reid,
9/6/2017 1:50 PM