Physical Therapy Assistant
The Certified Physical Therapy Assistant assists the Physical Therapist in implementing the patient's treatment plan, education, dismissal planning and documentation with minimum weekly review and supervision by a Physical Therapist.
- Assists the Physical Therapist in implementing the patient's treatment plan, education, dismissal planning and documentation with minimum weekly review and supervision by a Physical Therapist
- Implements a written treatment plan based on the interpretation of the assessment to include measurable goals relative to the patient's age specific needs and diagnosis
- Communicates verbally with the patient, family, physicians and other health care staff regarding the nature of the patient's disability, treatment plan, safety issues and expected outcome of the patient
- Assists discharge planning for the patient who will be continuing rehabilitation service at another facility
- Documents all patient related activities in a manner that is through, clear, timely and allows for easy retrieval of information and is consistent with medical center policies and procedures
- Monitors compliance with all applicable laws and regulations promulgated by the government or other third parties
- Assists the organization in incorporating the guiding principles into its education practices and in creating an environment responsive to change
- Consistently meets established productivity requirements
Required Registration, Licensure or Certification
- Current Physical Therapy Assistant licensure in the state of Kansas
- Current Basic Life Support (BLS) verification course, as specified in policy
Required Education or Experience
- High School Diploma or GED
- Associates degree in Physical Therapy
Required Knowledge and Skills
- Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, verbal and written
- Teamwork skills
- Demonstrated knowledge of principles of growth and development over an individual's life span
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