Pelvic Health Physical Therapist, Flex

Hinge Health

Hinge Health

United States
Posted on Thursday, June 6, 2024
Hinge Health is moving people beyond pain by transforming the way it is treated and prevented. Connecting people digitally and in-person with expert clinical care, we combine advanced technology, AI and a care team of experts to guide people through personalized care directly from their phone. Our approach is proven to reduce pain by 68%, prevent 42% of new opioid prescriptions, and avoid more than half of joint replacement surgeries. Available to 18M people, Hinge Health is trusted by leading health plans and employers, including Land O’Lakes, L.L. Bean, Salesforce, Self-Insured Schools of California, Southern Company, City of Boston, US Foods, Toyota, and Verizon.
About the Role
Physical therapists are the backbone of the comprehensive clinical care team at Hinge Health. Hinge Health Physical Therapists utilize their clinical expertise and knowledge of pain science to evaluate and treat patients across the MSK spectrum via telehealth. We believe in providing the best patient-centered care by applying the Biopsychosocial model, evidence-informed practice, and innovating thinking with technology to help patients reduce pain and achieve meaningful outcomes. Hinge Health physical therapists get to spend 1:1 time with our members and through technology, improve the lives of many at scale. You will work with a diverse set of members within a team of high performing, inclusive clinicians.
Our physical therapists are on the bleeding edge of delivering virtual MSK care enabled by advanced technology. Come join us if you are excited to help define what that should look like!
The role is called “Flex Physical Therapist” for a reason - “flexibility” is critical!
- You thrive in situations requiring you to constantly adapt and evolve. Change is not a scary word to you, and you want to continually improve yourself, your profession, and healthcare as a whole.
- You love a flexible schedule and have the ability to work 25-30 hours/week for ~60% of the year, and 35-40hrs/week for ~40% of the year. You need to provide availability for the following month at least one month in advance and will be notified likewise of scheduled hours 1 month in advance.
- You have 2-4 years of clinical physical therapy experience practicing in an outpatient orthopedics setting evaluating and treating a variety of MSK conditions. At least 1 year of in person Pelvic Health clinical experience and completion of Level 1 and Level 2 Herman & Wallace or APTA Pelvic Health training.
- Graduate of an accredited Physical Therapy program with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT)
- Licensed to practice Physical Therapy in at least 1 state of the United States. Ability to complete required documentation to secure additional state licenses upon receipt of offer, within a timely manner.
- When performing Telehealth, you must be able to deliver telehealth services in a private, professional space with reliable, strong internet connectivity and within the United States.

WHAT YOU’LL ACCOMPLISH

  • Evaluate and treats patients remotely utilizing a variety of digital tools to manage care and communicate effectively
  • Knowledgeable about biopsychosocial model, patient-centered MSK care, habit formation models, pain neuroscience education, and evidence-informed practice
  • Provides high caliber of service resulting in high customer satisfaction and improved clinical outcomes
  • Manages patients safely and efficiently given a large and varied caseload

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • Telehealth: demonstrates excellent and clear decision making to evaluate, treat, and manage patients across the MSK spectrum utilizing a biopsychosocial model when appropriate
  • Effective Patient Management: Manages a large and varied caseload of patients safely and efficiently, utilizing a variety of digital tools to manage care and communicate effectively
  • Effective Communication: Able to communicate effectively and clearly, both written and verbally, with patients, colleagues, and other professionals
  • Change Agility: highly adaptable to taking on new workflows, processes and challenges within a fast-paced environment by employing critical thinking and creative problem-solving

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Able to work weekend and evenings
  • Medical fluency in other languages, verbally and in writing

WHAT YOU'LL LOVE ABOUT US

  • Inclusive healthcare and benefits: On top of comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage, we offer help with gender-affirming care, tools for family and fertility planning, and travel reimbursements if healthcare isn’t available where you live
  • Modern life stipends: Manage your own learning and development budget and use the mental health and lifestyle stipends to cover your favorite wellness services, workout classes, gym subscriptions, and work-from-home equipment
  • Paid time off and sick leave: Flex employees accrue up to 17 days of vacation depending on the number of hours worked, and are granted 70 hours of sick time per year