Top physical therapy place in NY with a good family feel to it.
Physical Therapy Aide (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 21, 2015
This is honestly a good place to work. All the therapists are eager to teach and just looking for someone eager to learn. Co-workers and patients are friendly and fun to work with. A typical day is very busy showing new patients exercises, reviewing with old patients their exercises, setting up in the gym, on the tables. As an aide, we're the "go to" guys for the therapist. Their right hand people. The ones they trust to keep patients calm and not let them give up or not try because they're scared. I learned a ton on the job. How body parts function, what muscles to strengthen, how to properly stretch, and so much more. Management/office could use a little work. I feel it could use a lot more organization and communication skill. The office is a weak point. There's no hardest part of the job I can think of. If I had to say, it'd be juggling 4 different things at once, but knowing your priorities comes at a later point in the job. You know what to do first and what can wait. The most enjoyable is watching a patient progress. Knowing I had something to do with that. It's a very rewarding feeling. Overall it's a fun place to work and learn.
free use of gym space and equipment, company outings, learned a ton about PT
Physical Therapists Aide (Former Employee) – 44 Court Street – November 11, 2015
I learned so much about team work, its always a fun day while working and interacting with the patients. The hardest part of the job is when being overwhelmed by patients. The most enjoyable part of the job is the the learning experience.
Receptionist (Current Employee) – Staten Island, NY – August 10, 2015
These positions have taught me alot about the corporate world and how hard work and determination can move you up the corporate ladder. In my 13 years at One On One I have learned a vast amount of information pertaining to not only the medical billing and terminology but the physical aspect of the healthcare world as well.
Productive and fun work place with a gym/swimming pool
Physical Therapist; Director (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – December 13, 2014
A small outpatient rehab facility with a primarily orthopedic and sports injury population located within a community gym. A typical day at work involved evaluations and treatments of approximately 35-50 patients, in a 10-12 hour work day. I gained valuable experience in the treatment of orthopedic, post-surgical patients and time management of these patients. I worked with a young dynamic group of people who were significantly younger than me but were professional and focused. the hardest part of the job was trying to ensure that everyone received the same high quality treatments. Also the facility was not properly designed for our more elderly and infirmed patients. The most enjoyable part of the job was the interaction with other staff members and the patients, who were very appreciative of the work we were trying to do in progressing them back to their prior level of function..
Physical Therapist Assistant (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – August 19, 2014
There are over 7 different locations of this company. Some of the locations have very poor scheduling, patients are allowed in anytime they step in which makes it hard for the clinicians to predict the day or even to take their lunch breaks. Hardest part of working for this company is to be expected to work more than one location during the week, every week. You could be asked to work in any other location at any moment for the rest of the day or the week.
wide variety of patients.
very short lunch breaks, no vacations unless you find a coverage.
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 29, 2013
This place was busy and it made me learn a whole knew world that actually helped my in my life. I would get authorization for the physical therapy, code all the patients, take co-pays and learn all different exerises that needs to be done for a certain surgery.