Need to hire someone? Need a job?
JOB POSTINGS ARE COMPLIMENTARY! Do you own, manage or work at a clinic that is looking for MDT trained practitioners? If so, why not post your job opportunity on the McKenzie Institute Canada website? Our website is the perfect place, to let other MDT trained practitioners from across the country know about available positions at your clinic.
It's EASY and it's FREE of charge! Just log in using the link below and follow the easy fill-in format to create and upload your own listing.
Job posting link: Advertise & Post Positions for FREE!
Your job posting to remain on our website for three (3) months (unless you request to have it removed) and there is no limit to the number of times you can post.
If you need assistance uploading or creating your position listing, out branch office is happy to help. Should you need assistance, please contact the branch office at email@example.com.
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Saint John, NB
Are you a licensed Physiotherapist looking for a career opportunity where you can ‘Achieve your Best?’
We are a modern facility offering physiotherapy, massage therapy, dietitian services along with a fully equipped fitness centre. Our staff are knowledgeable, friendly and work as part of a team to help our community achieve health and wellness.
You’re a good fit if:
• You are a licensed physiotherapist who loves what you do
• You will help us keep our patient satisfaction scores above the current average of 9.6/10
• You believe in not only being effective but also being efficient in what you do
• You share your success with your team
• You practice what you teach your patients…good posture; healthy balanced life style; importance of exercise for rehabilitation, prevention and fitness
• You never want to stop learning
An open position like this won’t last long so send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
IMC Canada is Canada's first Accountable Care Organization (ACO) specifically focused on excellence in musculoskeletal disorder (MSD) diagnosis, treatment and triage. We are aiming to establish our approach as the gold-standard system for MSD management in Canada using McKenzie MDT trained clinicians as the backbone of the organization. We are looking to build a network of MDT trained clinicians, standardized around additional training in motivational interviewing, patient engagement, outcomes data collection, and advanced MDT concepts. We track patient health data and hold all clinicians accountable for delivering the highest quality of care resulting in the best possible patient outcomes at the lowest cost. Clinicians are able to present difficult cases to our network of highly-skilled MDT practitioners across Canada and the US on a weekly basis to continuously build on their MDT knowledge and enhance clinical skills. We are fully embracing the trend in Canada towards Value-Based Health Care (VBHC). As we move from fee-for-service reimbursement to pay-for-performance or shared-saving reimbursement models, our clinicians delivering exceptional MSD care will be preferred providers for health care payers looking to reduce costs while increasing quality. We are working to establish these preferred provider networks around IMC trained clinicians across the province. We are currently launching pilot programs with Family Health Teams in London, Ontario and are looking for physiotherapists with a minimum of MDT Part A and B, or Part A and C. We are also looking for Certified MDT clinicians interested in taking advanced IMC certification training and joining our network to bring the MDT clinician community closer together. If you're interested in this opportunity, please contact Brent Cunning, at email@example.com for more information.
Temporary Full-time Physiotherapist - Qualifications: • Masters of Physical Therapy or equivalent from a recognized university. • Registration with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. • Registration with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association or eligibility. • Recent experience in outpatient and inpatient orthopaedic rehabilitation • McKenzie Method of MDT and pool therapy experience are assets • Excellent communication, both written and verbal • Proficient in-patient assessment, analysis and problem solving in a diverse setting • Innovative and willing to collaborate within an interdisciplinary team. • Commitment to customer service and interprofessional teamwork • Demonstrates individual leadership skills • Flexibility to work various shifts as assigned, including weekends At Southlake Regional Health Centre, we are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible environment. We are dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity in which we live and serve, including those with disabilities. Southlake Regional Health Centre is committed to providing accommodations in all parts of the hiring process. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs. Interested candidates please contact Jodi Thomas: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our clinic is looking for a physiotherapist with a strong interest in treating orthopedic and sport injuries. The candidate must be a critical thinker and have a strong passion for delivering quality, evidence-based practice. In addition, the ideal candidate will already have attained some level of McKenzie MDT training, or be eager to advance their knowledge of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy. Assets include an engaging personality, delivering excellent customer service, and an entrepreneurial mindset. Also, the ideal candidate will have previously attained some level of McKenzie MDT training, or be eager to advance their knowledge of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy. Experienced therapists or new grads interested in developing professionally with two Certified MDT clinicians – one who is also Sport Physio (Dip SPC, IFSPT) – are welcome to apply. This position is set to start as soon as possible. The candidate will also: • Help build and maintain a caseload of high-value clients • Be able to receive constructive feedback, track performance, and make changes as necessary • Be interested in pursuing leadership and critical thinking skills • Have a sense of giving back to the community • Have professional liability insurance • Be in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario The clinic will provide and ideal professional setting for you, including: • Physiotherapist owned facility • Private (2), semi-private (1) and open (1) fully-furnished treatment spaces • Day-to-day administration, including EMR and billing • 1 hour initial consultation and 30 or 45 minute follow-ups, all 1-on-1 w/ your client • Predominantly EHC, fewer WSIB, and occasional MVA clients • Supportive leadership team focused on your professional growth. Job Type: Part-time or Full-time