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Be careful 95% productivity very unethical
PTA (Former Employee), MarylandMarch 17, 2014
Very poor communication from management, you never know what your daily hours will consist of, they will pile on the overtime without even asking, pay is ok, but not for the amount of work gets pushed on you. All my coworkers were feeling burnt out and didn't know if this was a Normal feeling because they were new grads. Facilities are nice and patients – more... are great. Nice equipment in my case and brand new rehab gym. But the cons out weighed the pros. Had to get out of there. – less
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No support
site manager (Former Employee), washington, dcJanuary 10, 2014
Pros: salary
Cons: everything else
If you want to be thrown into a raging churning sea of man eaters-…by all means jump in the shark infested waters. They will give you no support other than jumping down your throat. Unprofessional from the top down.
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Aweful to work for
OT (Former Employee), PANovember 30, 2013
Pros: pay pritty fair
Cons: bad place to work
I wouldn't suggest anyone to work for this company. They never listen to there therapist and they will pull your position right out from under your feet. You work like a dog and there is no appreciation. They make you travel all over the place and could care less about how many people you treat in a day productivity is way to high at 95 percent. No – more... thanks. Not for me – less
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Keeps getting worse
treating therapist (Current Employee), VAOctober 9, 2012
Pros: nice staff and patients and resonable ceu reimbursement
Cons: no 401k benefits until after a year, find your own coverage, low pay, long hours
The pay is low, the hours are long, two holidays are given throughout the year, must find your own coverage prior to taking a day off. Turnaround is extremely high because no one wants to come back or stay with the company. No oppurtunities for growth and management does not take into account the opinions of the treating therapists.

On the positive – more... side the patients are nice and so are the facilities. – less
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Excellent Company
Director of Rehab (Current Employee), Alexandria, VAApril 27, 2012
Family owned and operated. Monday-Friday and occasional weekends

NoThanks – August 20, 2012

A company that does not think about their therapist for one minute ! Therapist have to find own coverage for day off and then may not get approved. NO work life balance. I know of 2 therapist denied days off secondary to requesting them 28 days in advance with coverage instead of 30 days in advance. Program managers that have poor people skills and not open to therapist feedback, about patents levels of skills. The program manager can work all day and never talk to therapist. ONLY company I have ever known to make ALL employes work ALL holidays, unless you get approved for a day off.

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good pay, terrible benefits, little equipment
PT (Current Employee), MarylandApril 11, 2012
Pros: good pay
Cons: bad benefits, little equipment, weak management
They will offer good pay, however they only offer 2 holidays per year. Even than you are required to come in and make up billing hours on another of your off days. Management institutes policies without advance notice-ie raising productivity levels to 95% for PTA's.The equipment for the patients is few and far between-one facility has only one bike.Some – more... facilities are so small that some treatment must be done in the hall.Management is reactive-not proactive – less

NoThanks – August 20, 2012

1000000% agree will add STAY AWAY