OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

  • Full Time
  • Florida
  • Salary Guide: $20,000 - $50,000


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NEUROSCIENCE AND SPINE ...

Immediate full time or part time opening for a qualified, Florida licensed Occupational Therapist at our North Naples location. Busy multi-physician, ... Role: Occupational Therapist, Category: Health & Medicine, Size: n/a

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST: NEUROSCIENCE AND SPINE …

Immediate full time or part time opening for a qualified, Florida licensed Occupational Therapist at our North Naples location. Busy multi-physician, Neurology-Neurosurgery practice offering a friendly and supportive work environment. We offer a very competitive salary and benefit package.

Position: Occupational Therapist
Location: Florida
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: $20,000 – $50,000
Last Updated: 20 July 2022
Job Category: Health & Medicine

Occupational Therapist Role:

An Occupational Therapist, or Physiotherapist is a healthcare worker who helps individuals with impairments, reach their career potential. Duties include evaluating patients, designing treatment plans and monitoring patients progress.

Other Duties:

  • Identifying the set of activities and motivations that might help patients work towards their goals 
  • Helping people with disabilities perform different activities such as dressing, eating and walking 
  • Demonstrating exercises that could potentially help improve the patient’s conditions or relieve pain
  • Evaluating the patients’ home and workplace environments in an effort to identify potential improvements to be made to improve their conditions 
  • Educating the patients’ families and friends about the right way to accommodate and care for them 
  • Recommending special equipment and medication, as well as instructing patients on how to use the equipment and take medications
  • Documenting and assessing the patient’s activities and progress, as well as creating reports for billing and evaluations 
  • Generating reports for patients and their physicians and families
  • Reporting a patient’s progress  to Physicians and other healthcare providers 



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