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Busy Outpatient PT facility
Student Physical Therapist Assistant (Former Employee), Dunwoody, GAJuly 23, 2014
I was a student physical therapist assistant. I didn't really "work" here.
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So much potential but poorly managed
physical therapist (Former Employee), Wareham, MAJuly 13, 2014
Pros: great patients
Cons: poor management
Worked as the head ( and only ) Physical Therapist at the East Wareham location through 2014. Was awarded the Clinician Of the Quarter for the northeast region (N. England, NY,NJ, PA) while employed there, so this is not written from a non-productive employee.

The clinic director is a PTA/AT which in most cases should not be a problem re: business – more... decisions. However this individual (and his AT aide) promoted a derogatory, hostile environment. The director made clinical and patient care decisions beyond his scope of expertise, and promoted an atmosphere where patients were forced to stay beyond their need of skilled PT in order to keep the statistics looking good. He and his AT assistant refused to accept direction and follow treatment plans and guidelines by the PT in charge, and were very hostile and resentful when advised of clinical issues. The director was also hostile and derogatory in comments regarding current patients and former employees.

Would advise future PT's to avoid this location, as it appears they are having a difficult time keeping PT's due to the hostile atmosphere. – less

July 17, 2014

The director is also managing the East Falmouth location for which they are attempting to hire. Same rules apply. Former employee.

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Productive
Patient account rep, Full time (Former Employee), Bothell, WAJune 26, 2014
Pros: awesome team, learned a lot
Cons: nothing
A typical day at work included taking incoming calls as well as calling our patients to collect on their bills. Sending out statements of bills, explaining the bills and calling insurance companies for benefits and coverage. I also learned reception work and some physical therapy insight. This was my first job in the field right after college so I learned – more... a lot. My management team was great and my coworkers as well. We all made a great team at the end of every day. The hardest part of my job was trying to explain the bills to the patients and help them understand. The most enjoyable part of my job was learning every day, being given the opportunity to do the billing and front desk and seeing all of the thing I accomplished after my two years there. – less
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Facility Director
Facility Director (Former Employee), West Chester, OHJune 15, 2014
Managed all personnel, treated patients , produced weekly, monthly, quarterly and annul financial and metric reports, performed community service events, job fairs, employer health fairs, presented seminars to nurse case managers and physical therapists;;
I did all the marketing to grow our business year over year..
I am passionate about my profession – more... and getting people back to living life the way the want, performing their daily activities, work, recreation and athletics pain free and improved. I love teaching and developing staff to exceed expectations of all our customers i.e.., patients , doctors, case managers, employers and our community. – less
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Patient care exceptional
front desk receptionist (Former Employee), Kennett Square, PAJune 6, 2014
loved working here the staff as well as the patients were great
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Fair place to work
Clinic Business Manager (Former Employee), Miami, FLMay 14, 2014
The most enjoyable part about the job was developing relationships with the patients and other co-workers. Salaries could have been better.
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Therapist run rehab company
Physical Therapist (Former Employee), Peabody, MAMay 5, 2014
Great diverse team. Opportunity for CEU reimbursement, internal course offerings/CEUs, in-services, nice pt. population. Very busy clinic, potential for clinic closure if fail to reach productivity. Clinic closure happened twice (two different locations) in almost seven years of employment.
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Rehab facility equipped with it's on 35 yard astroturf field used for athletic training and rehab purposes
Physical Therapy Technician (Current Employee), Columbia, MDMay 1, 2014
Pros: overall team environment, working with patients, developing critical knowledge necessary to become an effective and successful physical therapist
Cons: distance from my residence and the low pay scale
I enjoy my time working on a team of techs clinicians and receptionists all focused in on the overall goal of patient care and customer service.
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Fun working with people
Patient Service Manager (Former Employee), Bloomington, INApril 4, 2014
Pros: freindly
Cons: healthcare
I am a hard working person that enjoy working with people. I was given the opportunity to work as the Office manager and working long side a lot of great leaders. I operated the front and back office. helped with the set up for the patients and enjoyed working witht he accounts and data base on a weekly basis. After the clinic closed the doors last – more... May , I have been searching for the right job. – less
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Nice place to work
Physical Therapist Assistant (Former Employee), Muskegon, MIFebruary 24, 2014
I have not worked in years at Physio. Great co-workers and a great place to learn new skills.
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Productive workplace
Intern (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCFebruary 21, 2014
Set up for patients and help them with exercises. I learned different techniques for stretching and assisting patients with movements. Co-workers were great it was a small facility with one Physical Therapist and an office manager. Hardest part of the job was patients not coming in for their appointments. Most enjoyable part of the job was how happy – more... the patients were when they were all better and how grateful they were for all of the help received. – less
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Midwest Region
Regional Clinical Recruiter (Former Employee), Exton, PAJanuary 23, 2014
I very much enjoyed the professionals that I worked with and for in the Midwest Region.
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Fun upbeat workplace
Patient Services Manager (Former Employee), Zephyrhills, FLJanuary 17, 2014
Great company and great management. Would recommend employment to family and friends.
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Rehabilitation Aide
Physical Therapy Aide (Former Employee), Menlo Park, CAJanuary 15, 2014
Pros: good coworkers, stable job because they can't afford to let people go
Cons: unrealistic expectations from higher management
- company is very reluctant to give out raises, employees have to beg for the first 25 cent raise after producing excellent work for over 2 years
- unrealistic expectations from higher management
- corporate is overly concerned for gaining money and not patient care
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Always something new to learn about
Office Clerk/Medical Records (Current Employee), Hendersonville, TNJanuary 2, 2014
Pros: free lunch/dinner
Cons: not working enough
The most enjoyable part of the job for me are our patients, seeing them progress in therapy and seeing how happy they are to feel better. Management has changed once since I started with the company and it has definitely changed for the better. My manager and the person I work directly under are both wonderful people.
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Fairly busy office
Front Office Coordinator/Collector (Former Employee), Greenbelt, MDJanuary 2, 2014
Pros: benefits were great and company was huge
Cons: dont really have any cons for this place
This company was ok to work for. The staff was alright at times.
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love it
Patient Service Coordinator (Former Employee), Washington, DCDecember 12, 2013
Pros: staying busy
I love the work in the front office. I tsay wit somethng to do. i was willing to learn more things
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Great place to work
Physical Therapist Technician (Current Employee), Okemos, MIDecember 11, 2013
Pros: the staff, patients
Cons: no health benefits, stuck at same pay for almost 3 years
The clinic is a great setting and the patients are very fun to work with. Good hours for being part time and they work with your school schedule or if you need time off.
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Productive enjoyable work place
Clinic Business Manager (Former Employee), Lutherville, MDDecember 4, 2013
Pros: wonderful place to work
Cons: it is in maryland and no longer local
Miss the staff, Learned so much from Physiotherapy Associates staff and corporation
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Front Office
Office Assistant (Current Employee), Atlanta, GANovember 19, 2013
Pros: being able to be in the physical therapy environment, exposure
Cons: hours and compensation
Checking patients in and nout. Answering the phones scheduling patients, cleaning the patient areas, verifying benefits and obtaining authorizations for those patients in need of them. Faxing Plan of cares and intial evaluations. I've learned the NextGen and Therapy Source Systems. Sometimes patients can be difficult but it is all about the way explain – more... things to them. If you word something differently they can better understand you so communication is everything. My co-workers and therapist are fun and understanding. They are always ready for work. The hardest part of the job would be wanting to be more involved with patients than allowed to. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing the patients get better – less

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About Physiotherapy Associates

Physiotherapy Associates wants you to get physical -- physical therapy, that is. The company providesĀ outpatient rehabilitation – Read more