Help patients with mobility and every day movements to maintain their quality of life. As a physical or occupational therapist, you'll work within in-patient, out-patient or at-home settings, guiding patients toward recovery. From therapy aides to leadership, Aurora allows you to operate at the top of your license, while helping you grow and evolve your career.
Evaluate and execute the appropriate treatment for patients, while emphasizing quality of care, continuity of service, and cost-effectiveness. Your skills and experience will be put to work with medically prescribed speech and language therapy. You'll establish care plans that help patients gain the confidence they need to achieve results through in-home and community programs, family teaching, equipment, and more.
You'll work with athletes and fitness enthusiasts to keep them performing at the top of their game. Through medically prescribed training, injury assessments, plans for care, and referrals for additional tests or services as needed, your expertise will ensure their physical and psychological comfort, both immediately and long-term.
As a member of Aurora's clinical staff, you'll provide a wide range of support to keep the rehabilitation department functioning smoothly. Whether you're scheduling appointments, handling paperwork, or setting up equipment, your role is key to the therapists' and patients' success.