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Position: Physical Therapist, Full Time
In Motion at Town Center
Description: Seeking a Full Time Physical Therapist for large outpatient clinic at Town Center in Virginia Beach.  New grads will be considered.

Position: Registered Dietitian (RD)
Location: In Motion at Town Center, InMotion at Ghent Station
Description: In Motion is currently looking for a full time registered dietitian. The position involves providing nutrition assessment and counseling to a variety of clients.  This primarily includes physician referred clients (with nutritionally related diagnoses such as obesity, diabetes, renal disease, and cardiovascular disease and others). The RD hired for this position will be expected to travel to several of our In Motion clinics on the Southside of Hampton Roads (primarily Virginia Beach and Norfolk). Additionally, this position involves teaching classes through our Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME) program and assisting the program coordinator with program administration and management.  Requirements: Registered Rietitian (RD) preferably with at least 2 years of experience in an outpatient setting.  Experience in diabetes education preferred and certification as a diabetes educator (CDE) or a desire to pursue this is a definite plus.  While this is a full time, salaried position, we will consider 30 hrs per week for the right candidate.

If you are interested in a physical therapy or sports performance specialist position with us, please check back regularly for updates! All completed applications will be kept on file for reference, so we encourage you to submit your resume for future consideration.

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