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The Big Peg
120 Vyse Street
Birmingham B18 6NF
T: 0044 121 638 0026
Karen has the knowledge, ability and the necessary skills needed to help patients who have physical
injuries or illnesses regain a range of movement or control over their pain. She has the exact
qualifications that you are looking for in a candidate, and in addition possesses the dexterity and strength
needed to perform duties such as lifting, positioning, pushing and moving patients around. She has
experience of looking after patients who require wound care, cardiac rehab, balance training and back
injury protection. Throughout her career she has worked on orthopedic and medical patients in both
outpatient and inpatient settings. Her key strength lies in making sure that every patient receives a
unique experience, and in helping patients to reach a maximum level of mobility in order to lead a
rewarding & productive life. Right now she would like to work for a company that firstly has state-of-the-
art therapy equipment, and secondly is looking for a motivated and talented candidate to join an existing
PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT – January 2010 - present
Employers name - Coventry
Responsible for helping those with physical problems to follow exercise and treatment programmes set
out by the physiotherapist.
•Assisting in the rehabilitation of clients who are suffering from reduced mobility.
•Instructing, motivating, and assisting clients to improve their health and mobility.
•Helping to schedule patient appointments.
•Working with patients from orthopedic, neurologic, trauma, medical, surgical, and other
•Setting up therapeutic equipment.
•Preparing clients for therapy.
•Demonstrating exercises to patients.
•Demonstrating mobility aids and exercises.
•Encouraging patients to complete their treatment.
•Maintaining patient confidentiality at all times.
•Assisting in the assessment, treatment, program planning and implementation of care plans.
•Providing physical therapy to clients in sports teams, colleges, universities and high schools.
•Administering non-complex therapeutic exercises.
•Observing a client's progress and response to treatment.
•Writing up patient records.