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Physical Therapy Officer

United States Air Force-Air Force Health Professions

Last Updated: 10/28/20

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Willing to relocate and have a fresh start? Looking for a rewarding and exciting job as a Physical Therapist?

The US Air Force will be your answer. Your effort and commitment is essential to our mission, which is why we provide our Airmen with benefit package that is unparalleled in the civilian world:
- 30 days of vacation with pay each year
- Excellent healthcare coverage for you and your family
- Food and Housing assistance
- A generous retirement plan
- Prestigious leadership, training and continuing education opportunities
- Free or low-cost world travel opportunities
- Excellent starting salary with yearly pay increments
- Leadership growth

Eligibility Requirements:

- Doctorate in Physical Therapy (accredited by the Commission in Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE)

- Current unrestricted license to practice physical therapy in State o or territory of the United States or District of Columbia is required
- Be a US Citizen
- <42 years old
- meet Air Force and medical standards

42B3 Position Description:

Air Force physical therapists are actively involved in injury prevention, injury management and rehabilitation and human performance optimization throughout a variety of clinical and operational environments. They manage physical therapy clinics and programs in diverse settings with a focus on orthopedic and sports physical therapy practice. Clinical duties include evaluation, diagnosis, treatment and management of musculoskeletal conditions that may impair movement or function. Physical therapist services are provided via direct access and referral. Air Force physical therapists have the ability to order diagnostic imaging, laboratory studies, selected medications and consult or refer to other specialist. They plan and administer treatment programs designed to quickly restore the patient’s function, relieve pain, and prevent disease and injury. Air Force physical therapists may develop and implement medical teaching and research programs. They may provide ergonomic services, wellness activities, screening and promotion of healthy lifestyles, acute wound management, concussion management and serve as musculoskeletal consultants for other healthcare professionals. Air Force physical therapists are stationed throughout the world, deploy for expeditionary operations and support humanitarian missions. They may work in traditional clinical settings or embedded within special warfare units, flying squadrons or other operational units.

See yourself as an Physical Therapy Officer? Don't hesitate and reply this email, or call me directly! I hope to hear from you soon!

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Company Details

United States Air Force-Air Force Health Professions

Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, United States