We are a growing privately owned outpatient Orthopedic, Sport and Spine Rehabilitation clinic that is devoted to providing convenient high quality physical therapy and wellness services, while creating a safe and encouraging environment. We not only offer Physical Therapy services but Pilates classes, and currently looking for a Licensed Massage Therapist as well. We emphasize personalized, hands-on treatments while maximizing each patients functional potential.

Our Guiding Principles

  • Practice honesty and integrity with everything we do.
  • Assure that each client receives value, quality, and satisfaction.
  • Create a safe, encouraging, and enjoyable environment for our clients and employees to succeed.
  • Return to employees and community a share of our success.
  • Consistently promote these principles through our Christian behavior.

We are looking for a Full Time and PRN Licensed Physical Therapist that would add value to our culture and quality of care.

You are a good fit for this position if you:

  • Are a Licensed Physical Therapist with a heart for outpatient orthopedic, sports and spine physical therapy
  • Have a great attitude, willing to learn, and work well with others
  • Are a good communicator and able to explain the importance of your Physical Therapy services
  • Are wanting to grow professionally and personally
  • Are a good multitasker

Why Arlington Physical Therapy:

  • We offer Signing Bonus, Competitive Salary, Profit Sharing, Paid Time Off, Simple IRA Retirement Plan, and Continuing Education Expense
  • Excellent opportunity for growing your skills and compensation
  • Great team of coworkers

Experience preferred but NEW GRADS should apply. We provide 50 minute evaluations, 40 minute appointments for spine and Medicare patients, and 30 minute appointment for all others. Exceptions are made depending on the needs of the patient.

Education, training, experience:

Must be currently licensed in TN and CPR/AED Certified

  • Mckenzie, Mulligan, Paris, and/or myofascial techniques are a benefit but not necessary.