Physical Therapist Assistants (PTA) of Omaha: Old Mill Rehabilitation is in search of a Full-time PTA to join our team! This individual will work Tuesday through Saturday.
We offer competitive pay, heath care options, paid-time off, and much more.
Old Mill Rehabilitation provides post-acute care in a resort style environment. At Old Mill Rehabilitation we pride ourselves in our 5-star customer service, personalized care, and resort style accommodations.
Physical Therapist Assistants help patients by providing services that restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities under the direction of a physical therapist. They help restore, maintain, and promote overall fitness and health.
Education/Certification: Minimum of an Associates Degree from an accredited PTA program; valid state license; must pass national license exam. Also maintains a current CPR certification.
Experience: Ability to perform physical therapy assistance as defined by the following: Through the use of the physical therapy process, the incumbent is responsible for providing up-to- date, timely and comprehensive physical therapy. Failure could have adverse consequences on the continuity of care and patient outcome.
Equipment/Technology: May include, but not limited to, CPMs, SCDs Ultrasound, electrical stimulation equipment, therapeutic pool lifts, Hoyer lift, O2 units, pumps, heat and cold pack units, traction machines, paraffin baths, TENS unit, crutches, walkers, canes, exercise equipment, wheelchairs, stretchers, beds, general office equipments, safety equipment (safety belt, grab bars), and protective equipment (gloves, masks, gowns, goggles).
Language/Communication: Must be able to communicate clear and effectively with various types of patients from all age groups and with varied backgrounds and physical abilities.
Mathematical Skills: Basic mathematical skills.
Mental Capabilities: Requires calculating, analyzing, sorting, comparing, listening, and reading comprehension.
Interpersonal: Must be able to interact with co-workers and patients in an effective manner.