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Travel PT - $180 per week in Lawrenceburg, TN

Company: AlliedTravelCareers
Location: Lawrenceburg
Posted on: July 6, 2024

Job Description:

AlliedTravelCareers is working with Amare Medical Network to find a qualified PT in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, 38464 Pay Information $180 per week About The Position Physical therapists work with patients to improve their movement and manage their pain. PTs use a variety of techniques to help their patients, including hands-on therapy, strengthening and stretching exercises, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, ice/heat, and much more. 8879630EXPTEMP Job Requirements Required for Onboarding BLS Color Vision Mandatory Exam Core Mandatory Part I Core Mandatory Part II (Allied) Core Mandatory Part III PT/PTA - Skills Physical Therapist Physical Therapy Exam Top Reasons to Work in Travel Healthcare The exposure to different healthcare systems and practices broadens your perspective and critical thinking skills, making you a more adaptable and innovative healthcare provider. The transient nature of travel assignments allows you to maintain connections with loved ones while exploring new destinations and opportunities. Travel assignments often come with comprehensive benefits packages, including health insurance, retirement plans, and other perks, ensuring your well-being and financial security. Travel healthcare offers opportunities for career advancement and leadership roles, recognizing your expertise and contributions to the field. You'll gain exposure to different healthcare technologies and practices, broadening your knowledge base and adaptability in a tech-driven industry.

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