Thank you for considering Human Function and Performance as your future place of employment. In order to determine if this is truly the right place for you, please review our mission and vision statements. If you have questions, reach out to us at John@HumanFunctionandPerformance.com.
Human Function and Performance will do what is best for patients by offering the most innovative, effective and up to date physical medicine services to the community in which it serves. Through compassionate understanding, outstanding customer service, and high value interventions, HFP will improve the physical well-being of all clients.
Physical therapy as a profession is desperately in need of an identity. HFP will solve this problem by publicly and privately advocating for high value care, national reporting of outcomes, and education to clients, community members, and other HCP’s. As a company, HFP will be regarded as an authority in the bio-psycho-social model to the physical rehabilitation and physical preparation community.
We are currently seeking a PART-TIME Performance Physical Therapist to join our team! See the job description below.
To submit your resume to be considered for present and future job openings please email your resume and cover letter to John@HumanFunctionandPerformance.com
A Performance Physical Therapist will effectively evaluate, identify and treat painful limitations in all patients. A Performance PT will provide above and beyond service for clients/patients and adhere to all policies, processes and performance standards set by Human Function and Performance.
For a detailed job description, please download this form.
Excellent evaluation and intervention skills for orthopedic injuries, movement limitations, and athletic activity limitations including but not limited to strength training, cycling, running, swimming, martial arts, Olympic Lifting, Power Lifting, and ADL activities.
A burning desire to be an excellent clinical practitioner.
Desire to work with active people solving complex pain and injuries.
Excellent emotional intelligence and communication skills. (Formal training preferred)
2+ years of full time clinical training and practice.
Comfort and enjoyment when interacting with new people.
The desire to be a part of the local community in a meaningful way.