Join the Team at Not Just Bendy Hypermobility Services
Exciting opportunities exist for qualified therapists – Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Exercise Physiologists are all needed for our team today.
Not Just Bendy Hypermobility Services, is looking for a new therapist to join our team
We are looking for a physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist or Exercise Physiologisit who has an interest in working with hypermobile clients across the lifespan (school age to adult).
We focus on Musculo-skeletal functional assessment and exercise programming while delivering hands on techniques and problem-solving advice about a broad range of topics.
The position is part-time initially (15 hours) with capacity to grow and expand your list quickly. The option for home visits for NDIS clients is also available with a bonus remuneration.
Full training is provided on all aspects of hypermobility but some experience working in private practice or with NDIS clients (including in community setting) is preferred.
Primary location of work is in sunny Tarragindi, Brisbane, within the PhysioTec physiotherapy practice with access to private treatment rooms, state-of-the-art equipment, real time ultrasounds, two gyms and established reception support. Lovely team with diverse experience available for lively patient discussions.
Monthly mentoring and hypermobility in-services as well as 2nd monthly PhysioTec in-services, including some sessions with Dr Alison Grimaldi and other renown external speakers. Budget for external courses is also available for the right candidate.
Be an integral part of a team striving to be at the cutting edge of developing treatment techniques for this often overlooked patient group.
I would be willing to talk to anyone qualified who is interested, so please feel free to contact me to ask for further information on email@example.com
Thanks, Sharon Hennessey Principal Physiotherapist and founder of Not Just Bendy Hypermobility Services.
Comprehensive Therapy for Hypermobility Spectrum and Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes.
Providing evidence-informed rehabilitation with modern technologies, caring and understanding.