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Positions available with KPT Physical Therapy - Maryland

All, KPT Physical Therapy in Maryland, is presently recruiting for a physical therapist, a physical therapist assistant, and an Administrative Assistants with
Stan Shapiro
Sep 29, 2004
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Re: Digest Number 99

Jay, What country are you speaking about that regulates how much you can pay a physical therapist,, assuming that it is above minimum wage? I would like to
    Andrew Stern
    Aug 13, 2004
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    Re: salary

    Dear Serra, It is against the law for employers to pay a licensed PT below $20/hour. Jay ... physical_therapists_in_business-unsubscribe@... ...
    Allan Jay M. Gura
    Aug 12, 2004
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    Re: Femur injury, PT how to choose one?!

    Start with the American Physical Therapy Association Website at www.apta.org There you can look up specialists in orthopedics, they would be best suited to
    Don Kelly
    Aug 11, 2004
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    Re: Thoughts on the best ways to recruit P.T.'s

    Dan, The APTA is a good start, possibly the APTA's private practice section. I would also check into the individual state PT organizations that your looking
    RSGPT
    Aug 11, 2004
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    Writing Articles

    Hello, I hope this is appropriate to post here. I am looking for a PT or PT student that would be interested in writing for my website. I sell ergonomic
    DScott
    Aug 11, 2004
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    Re: Femur injury, PT how to choose one?!

    Jeff, A couple suggestions. You could ask your physician to recommend a particular clinic or therapist or even ask his front office people which clinic they
    RSGPT
    Aug 11, 2004
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    Re: salary

    Check out Advance online, they do a salary survey every year, and break it down by region, and setting. Kerry sera_2711 wrote:can anyone
    Kerry Fitz
    Aug 11, 2004
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    Re: Femur injury, PT how to choose one?!

    Well, I would 1st recommend that you ask your friends or relatives if they know of any PT's who they would recommend. Also, ask your doctor who he/she would
    Evelyn Capdevila
    Aug 11, 2004
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    Re: salary

    Depends where you're working (city/state). You're best bet is to look up salary.com for a better idea. sera_2711 wrote:can anyone tell
    Evelyn Capdevila
    Aug 11, 2004
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    Re:

    hi ! Does anyone have exp. with starting a therapy staffing company? I would love to have details. please send it on yahoo groups or send it at
    shraddha oza
    Aug 11, 2004
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    Femur injury, PT how to choose one?!

    Hello, There are dozens of PT's and Pt groups in the immediate area. How is a client (me) supposed to figure out if any of the PT's are better suited to help
    windwarriornj
    Jul 24, 2004
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    salary

    can anyone tell me what is the starting pay for a PT (fresh graduate with masters)in a permanent position and as a traveller?
    sera_2711
    Jul 24, 2004
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    Re: Outsource billing or do own for new clinic

    I disagree that doing it inhouse saves overhead. By outsourcing you save on employee benefits such as sick pay, vacation and missed days. Not to mention health
    Todd Bean
    Jun 15, 2004
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    Re: " Heavy and Dirty Duty"

    Good luck in finding a PT aide position. In your search for a position, may I suggest that you not refer to any duty in Physical Therapy as "heavy" or "dirty"
    Charlene Anderson, PT
    Jun 12, 2004
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