Now Hiring – in our Victorville & Palm Desert Office Locations

We are a growing Private Outpatient PT clinic in need of CA Licensed Physical Therapist with emphasis in Neuro / Geriatrics / Seniors / Vestibular / Balance & Movement Disorders / Parkinson’s (BIGĀ® Certification a plus!). 1:1 patient care for 1 hour treatment sessions. Competitive salary based on experience and benefits including Health Ins., Dental, Vision, ConEd and PTO. Relocation Assistance for right candidate with 2 year commitment. New Grads welcome. Will Train right candidate. Flexible hours and low stress work environment. Part Time and Full Time Avail. Check us out online for more details: NO PHONE CALLS! Reply with: Resume/Work History/References (min 5) to: Fax: 800-489-6905, Attn: Jeremy

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Seniors and Safety during the Holiday’s!

Family is so important. And not better time to celebrate one’s family than the Holidays! However, the holidays can be quite stressful for seniors.

Click here to see how you can create a safer kitchen environment for your senior loved ones and still have ALL of your family celebrating and being together – whether in the living room or the kitchen!

LGBT(QIA) Aging Seniors

Arroyo Physical Therapy is committed to providing services to the LGBT – QIA aging community in Pasadena, CA., and surrounding cities. As a gay owned clinic we understand the needs of our community and are proud to work with our community, especially LGBT – QIA seniors.

Be sure to check out our website: ArroyoPT for services, location and hours.

We look forward to working with you soon.

“No More Bullying”

Arroyo Physical Therapy is proud to be a part of the Uptown Gay and Lesbian Alliance (UGLA), Sponsors of the Northeast Los Angeles Pride day at the Eagle Rock Plaza, 2700 Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90041, this Sunday, Aug 14, 2011 from 1 – 5 PM.

LGBTQ Youth and Seniors are facing epidemic bullying, embarrassment, humiliation, intimidation, physical, verbal and emotional abuse which can happen in schools, online, community centers, medical and nursing facilities and even in an individuals home.

We are proud to be a part of this community outreach to help educate those in and around our community and also to treat those who may have physical therapy needs. We are also proud to be able to refer LGBTQ individuals to other services and resources should the need arise.