Physical Therapist Position Opening

Location: Balanced Physical Therapy in Glendale, AZ

Job Classification

Job Category:Physical Therapist

Job Description

Job description:
Are you wanting to have more quality of care with your patients?  Are you wanting to have time to apply your knowledge from all the continuing education you have attended?  Are you wanting to work in a clinic that feels like you are outside, see only one patient an hour, and feel like you are part of a family with flexible hours? Well then find out more about this position.

We are currently looking for an energetic, team oriented, self- motivating and driven physical therapist to join us.  We want someone who is focused, committed to their work, and truly has a passion for treating patients in this setting.  

We are a PT owned out-patient clinic that is dedicated to quality patient care. We only employ physical therapists and use a "different approach" to traditional treatment. This position requires 2-3 years of experience in an out-patient orthopedic environment, a commitment to further education, and a strong interest in becoming trained in Polestar Pilates Studio & Rehabilitation Comprehensive. Part-time position to full-time and option for other opportunities.
Please send resume to Heather Chowaniec Brummett at

Job Requirements

Education, training, experience:
Licensed Physical Therapist in the state of AZ
2-3 year out-patient orthopedic experience
Manual therapy certified or significant experience in manual therapy. 

Other certifications are preferred as well.

Preferred if Polestar Pilates Trained or ready to go through the training.  If Pilates trained, PMA certified is preferred.

Please call for further details: 623.249.3216 or contact Heather at info@balancedphysicaltherapy-pilates.com

Here is what Nicole Poulton, PT, DPT, PMA-CPT and Kate Watkins Judd, PT, DPT, ATC/L, CPI have to say about working here at Balanced PT:

"While doing internships in PT school, I was able to see different types of clinics. I realized that I had a hard time being in a clinic where I had to see three to four patients an hour. I didn't feel like I was able to spend enough time with my patients in order to really use my skills to help them get better. I felt fortunate when I met Heather at Balanced Physical Therapy because she believed in giving each patient a full hour of one-on-one care with a physical therapist. I knew that it was important to practice at a clinic where I could give the patient the care they deserved. I knew they would receive the knowledge and the therapy they needed to influence them for the rest of their lives. During my last year of PT school I took the Polestar Pilates Rehab course. I saw the great benefits of Pilates in assisting patients with body awareness and increasing their strength, especially with the stabilizing muscles. Working with Balanced Physical Therapy has definitely been a blessing in my life. I have been able to work in a family-like atmosphere where staff members and patients sincerely care about each other."
-Nicole Downs Poulton

My first year out of school, I followed in the steps of a typical new grad. I accepted a position in a general outpatient orthopedic where I gained invaluable exposure to transition myself from being a proverbial "student with a license" into an independent professional with real world experience.  I also gained the healthy perspective that every person I treated didn't necessarily heal in "textbook" fashion - that we are more like a jumble of probabilities than hard-and-fast equations.  Over the course of my first year as a practicing Physical Therapist, I was blessed to gain many mentors who showed me that there is more than one way to treat a mechanical issue and that when a patient's body doesn't respond to one treatment method, it can be appropriate, useful, and necessary to use a different method.   I found myself combining facets from all of the treatment methods I had learned thus far at different phases of healing when it was clinically deemed appropriate. 

As I evolved as a clinician, I realized I needed to transition a clinic where I could practice in a way that would allow me to be in full control of my part of a patient's care.  At Balanced Physical Therapy, the private practice atmosphere is singular comparative to other national/corporate physical therapy clinic chains.  I see each of my patients one-on-one for an hour, where I am able to naturally combine my orthopedic and manual therapy training with the rehabilitative concepts of Pilates to provide the most quality care to patients.  You will not find these opportunities in "traditional" orthopedics.

- Kate Watkins Judd