Physical Therapist Assistant Resume Sample

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Physical Therapist Assistant

  • Provided skilled direct patient care to clients with orthopedic pathologies such as muscle sprain, shoulder injuries, knee injuries, foot/ankle injuries, cervical and lumbar radiculopathy utilizing modalities, therapeutical exercise, manual therapy and patient education under supervision of Physical Therapist.
  • Consistently monitored and recorded patient progress in response to therapy.
  • Educated patients and family members regarding diagnosis, injury prevention and therapeutic treatments.

Physical Therapist Assistant

  • Evaluates and re-evaluates patients and develops physical therapy treatment programs in collaboration with the physician and provides physical therapy treatments to patients.
  • Re-evaluates the patient’s progress and therapy program making changes as necessary and under the physician’s instructions.
  • Procurement and management of equipment and supplies required to improve client’s function and independence as appropriate to care.
  • Facilitates effective communication amongst other clinicians providing care to the patient.

Physical Therapist Assistant

  • Providing Physical Therapy treatment in an Acute and outpatient setting.
  • Cases treated mainly in the outpatient setting were orthopedic based.
  • Cases treated in the inpatient setting include Respiratory, cardiovascular, orthopedics and neurology.

Physical Therapist Assistant

  • Managed a high-volume caseload and organized the daily physical therapy schedules of patients assigned.
  • Aided and counseled patients adjusting to permanent physical disabilities.
  • Facilitated inpatient physical therapy for patients with knee and hip replacements, chronic pain and balance disorders.
  • Planned individually-designed treatment programs to restore, maintain and improve physical functioning, alleviate pain and prevent disability.

Physical Therapist Assistant

  • Facilitated outpatient physical therapy for patients with knee and hip replacements, chronic pain and balance disorders.
  • Planned individually-designed treatment programs to restore, maintain and improve physical functioning, alleviate pain and prevent disability.
  • Aided and counseled patients adjusting to permanent physical disabilities.

Physical Therapist Assistant

  • I am working under the direction and supervision of the physical therapists in this center.
  • Helping with therapeutic procedures, manual exercises; instructing, encouraging, and assisting patients in performing physical activities.
  • Applying muscle stretching techniques and helping with exercise programs specific for each patient, adhering to their individual needs.

Physical Therapist Assistant

  • Provide patient care in an outpatient facility with an emphasis on manual techniques and modalities.
  • Restored function to patients suffering with frozen shoulder, meniscus tears, and extreme lower back pain using myofascial release, passive stretching, joint mobilizations, and home exercise programs.
  • Work side by side with Massage therapists and Acupuncturists to best assist patients with pain management and rehab education.

Physical Therapist Assistant

  • Provide school based pediatric physical therapy treatment services to children with developmental delays by strictly working under PT supervision and adhering to IEP goals to maximize gross motor performance to increase independent function within school environment.
  • Assist in completing annual and aging out reports using the Peabody Developmental Scale and clinical observation.
  • Utilize manual therapy skills, including deep tissue massage and joint compression.
  • Provide education to parents about at-home exercises to do with children.

Physical Therapist Assistant

  • As the physical therapy assistant, I work one on one with our patients.
  • I help them through their stretches, and help our physical therapist with adjusting machines.
  • We pride ourselves on being very personable and we work in a fast-paced and fun/friendly work environment.

Physical Therapist Assistant

  • In depth understanding of the role of therapy in the context of the patient’s age, total needs perspective and environment.
  • Proven sound clinical reasoning in treatment planning, implementation and monitoring of patient progress.
  • Uncommon ability to recognize when standard patient protocols or treatment plans need modification to meet individual patient needs & reports to therapist.

Physical Therapist Assistant

  • Provide Physical therapy treatment with the supervision of a physical therapist.
  • Treat a variety of orthopedic, sports injury, pediatric and geriatric patients.
  • Perform a variety of manual techniques including massage, stretching and joint manipulation.
  • Utilize modalities such as ultrasound and electric stimulation.

Physical Therapist Assistant

  • Work with recovering cardiac patients on daily basis by administering treatments such as exercise regiments, muscle stretching/ relaxation.
  • Perform age appropriate competency skills with respect to individual patient’s problems.
  • Prepare weekly reports on patient progress to allow for updated of goals and modifications by physical therapist of treatment program.
  • Assist physical therapist in utilizing appropriate methods and materials for effective learning, monitoring response to education, and adapting program appropriately.

 

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