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Position: Physical Therapist
Location: InMotion at Town Center

Description: Seeking Full Time Physical Therapist for large outpatient ortho/sports clinic located at Town Center in Virginia Beach.

Position: Rehabilitation Technician
Location: InMotion at Town Center

Description: Seeking Full Time Rehab Tech for outpatient ortho/sports clinic. Will work closely with physical therapists/physical therapist assistants to facilitate patient care. This includes greeting patients, exercise instruction, cleaning/straightening and office/clerical duties as needed. Excellent position for those looking gain experience and pursue a career in physical therapy or healthcare.

Position: Sports Performance Coach
Location: 
InMotion Sports Performance at Boo WilliamsChilled PondsTown Center
Description: Seeking PRN Sports Performance Coach for outpatient physical therapy and sports performance setting
Requirements:  Bachelors degreee in exercise science or associated degree.  Experience or internship in team/adult/youth training preferred.  CSCS or applicable certification also a plus.

Position:  PRN Physical Therapist
Location:  Norfolk, Chesapeake, Virginia Beach
Description: PRN physical therapy position available to help to fill in at multiple outpatient clinics in Norfolk, Chesapeake and Virginia Beach.
Requirements: Licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia for Physical Therapy

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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