Physical Therapist Needed!

We are excited to say that we are growing!

We are in need of a California Licensed Physical Therapist FULL TIME in our Victorville, CA and Palm Desert, CA offices. We are specialists in Neuro / Geriatrics / Seniors / Vestibular / Balance & Movement Disorders / Parkinson’s, etc.

We pride ourselves in offering 1:1 for full treatment time – that is: 1 patient per hour. We have a dynamic team that is dedicated to patient care, have created an easy work environment with low stress and flexible hours.

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Competitive salary (based on experience) and benefits (Health, Dental, Vision, PTO and Con-Ed) offered. New Grads welcome and will train. Certifications in LSVT®BIG, Vestibular & Balance or equivalent helpful, but not required. Relocation assistance considered for right candidate!

Fax Resume and 5 References to: 800-489-6905.

Staying Active

It’s important to stay active during the holidays. It can be more of a challenge trying to keep ones exercise program consistent with work, holiday parties, family visits, travel, etc., this time year.

Arroyo Physical Therapy in Pasadena, CA., would like to remind you that being active and consistent with exercise aids in sleep, digestion, provides more energy and maintains ones strength and flexibility.

Check us out at: Arroyo Physical Therapy

Balance Screening

Just a reminder that Arroyo Physical Therapy in Pasadena, California, will be offering balance and postural screenings for only $25 on the first Saturday of each month starting January 7, 2012! Be sure to call and reserve your space at: 626-593-2283 and refer your friends or family that may need this service.

Thank you and have a great day!

CPTA and Patient Management with Vestibular Hypofunction

Arroyo Physical Therapy attended the annual CPTA (California Physical Therapy Association) conference in Long Beach and took a course on patient management with Vestibular Hypofunction. The speaker Susan Herman is a leading expert in vestibular treatment and has done a lot of research and has written a text book on the diagnosis, medical/surgical management, and physical therapy management of vestibular disorders.

Just another way Arroyo Physical Therapy is staying on top of the current information and treatment for clinical assessment and decision making for balance and vestibular rehabilitation and treatment.