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As a licensed physical therapist assistant for over 26 years, my skills include:
-providing patient care under the supervision of a licensed physical therapist
-daily documentation and re-evaluations utilizing Raintree software
-utilizing biofeedback for patient education and treatment
-providing quality assurance checks on a monthly basis
-treating a variety of age groups ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics
-supervising patients in aquatic therapy programs
-managing pool chemicals and equipment required for providing aquatic therapy
Registered Physical Therapist Assistant currently in the following states:
I have worked as a travel PTA with the company from June 2007 until March of 2019. In March 2019 I stopped travelling and became a permanent staff member in Staunton, Va. I have provided treatment within the scope of practice as defined by states law in an outpatient setting. I have served as a liasan between patients and physicians to assist patients in understanding their treatment plans and diagnoses. Instructed patients and family members on proper discharge care. Worked as part of team to execute proper care of body mechanics and safety of patient.
As a PRN home health PTA I have traveled to patient's homes to administer simple range of motion and strengthening exercises. I have performed daily documentation and billing in accordance with with the POC outlined by the supervising therapist.
Provided treatment care and daily documentation for patients at a skilled nursing facility. Collaborated with fellow clinicians on appropriate treatment progression. Attended family care planning meetings with fellow health care providers to educate families on discharge planning.
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