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Overview

Come to Graeagle, California to start or continue your career at Plumas Physical Therapy’s satellite clinic nestled up in the beautiful Sierra Nevada’s.  Come enjoy four seasons with scenic lakes, hiking, biking, hunting and fishing.  Snow skiing is just a short drive away.  Be on the golf course in 15 minutes after work.  This is a great place to raise your family with excellent schools.  New grads or experienced PTs are welcome.  Are you a driven self-motivated therapist looking for new opportunities?  Maybe you are a new grad excited to start your career.  Come join our team at Plumas Physical Therapy.

 

  We are a growing out-patient orthopedic clinic providing the highest quality manual therapy and comprehensive rehabilitation to our motivated clients with spine, sports, overuse, repetitive injuries, general strengthening/balance deficits.  Manual therapy skills and an energetic demeanor are required.  We have a highly skilled team of PTs who work collaboratively and offer mentorship to newer PTs.  We are seeking someone who is self-motivated, open to learning current orthopedic treatment procedures, and passionate about being an exceptional PT who helps clients reach their full potential. EOE

 Graeagle is located:  45 minutes to Reno/Airport

    90 minutes to skiing and other Tahoe/Sierra outdoor activities

      3 hours to Sacramento

   4 hours to San Francisco

Submit your Standard application, resume, cover letter and 3 references via fax (530) 283-2204, email (plumaspt530@gmail.com) or mail to:

Plumas Physical Therapy

78 E central Ave. Suite 2

Quincy CA 95971

Valid Driver's License, Standard Job Application, Resume, Cover Letter, 3 References

Minimum Education and Experience

Minimum Months of Experience: 1
Education Required: Master's
Driver's License Required: Yes

About Plumas Physical Therapy

We are a growing out-patient orthopedic clinic providing the highest quality manual therapy and comprehensive rehabilitation to our motivated clients with spine, sports, overuse, repetitive injuries, general strengthening/balance deficits.