Physical Therapist
Therapeutic Associates Inc. - Eugene, OR

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Therapeutic Associates (TAI) -West Eugene Physical Therapy is seeking a full-time staff Physical Therapist. Position offers a competitive salary and compensation package including medical/dental/vision, PTO, generous continuing education, 401k/profit sharing, management training and formal mentorship. Student loan reimbursement, relocation assistance and other bonuses are negotiable. Clinical and professional growth - including company ownership potential - is part of our company vision and structure. Applicants must have a passion for orthopaedic PT. New grads welcome to apply.
TAI - West Eugene Physical Therapy is a multi-therapist Sports Medicine and Manual Therapy-Based Clinic. We offer Sports Rehabilitation, Custom Foot Orthotics, Aquatic Therapy, ASTYM, Post-Surgical (Extremity and Spine) Rehab, Cycle Fitting, Chronic Pain Rehab and Work Related Injury rehab. Our diverse clinical team includes four full-time Physical Therapists, one part-time Physical Therapist, a Massage Therapist, and front office support staff. Our facility is attached to Eugene's premiere Courtsports Athletic Club, one of Lane County's top sports rehabilitation facilities. For more information, visit www.therapeuticassociates.com .
Eugene enjoys a national reputation as one of the most livable cities in the country. Nestled between the majestic Cascade Mountains and rugged Oregon coast, Eugene combines small town charm and big city sparkle, offering a wide variety of activities for all interests, including skiing, rafting, biking, running, the Pacific ocean, many parks and gardens, and a number of cultural opportunities. For the sports fan, Eugene is home to the Oregon Ducks and is considered the Track Capital of the USA. The four seasons here provide an opportunity to experience outdoor adventures year round.

Job Requirements

Must be degreed and licensed (or license applicant) in the state of Oregon. New grads welcome to apply.