Physical Therapist

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Company Name
Intermountain PT











Clinic Name:  Intermountain Physical Therapy & Hand Rehabilitation

Position:  Physical Therapist

Locations:  Nampa, Idaho 

Employment Type:  Full-Time

Perks:  - $2000  Sign-On Bonus

             - Relocation Assistance 

             - Monthly Productivity Bonus


Experience:  1+ Years Preferred; New Graduates Welcome to Apply


We Are Seeking:


Intermountain Physical Therapy & Hand Rehabilitation has an immediate need for a full-time Physical Therapist in our fun and relaxed clinic in Nampa.




  • Competitive salary
  • $2000 sign-on bonus
  • Relocation Assistance
  • Excellent benefits package including 401k, health, dental, and generous paid time off
  • Multiple opportunities for professional development, specialization, and leadership
  • New graduate mentoring
  • Continuing education
  • Employee discount plans
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Investment from a company that wants you to succeed and thrive




  • Graduate from a CAPTE-accredited physical therapy program
  • Current state of Idaho license, CPR certification
  • Professional with high ethical standards
  • Excellent patient care and communication skills, both verbal and written
  • A passion for physical therapy
  • Outpatient orthopedic experience, including exercise, manual-based skills, and sports rehab preferred


About Intermountain Physical Therapy & Hand Rehabilitation:


Intermountain Physical Therapy & Hand Rehabilitation was founded in 1997. Our philosophy is to provide the highest quality therapy through hands-on, personalized care and education. Our seasoned, licensed physical therapists develop treatment plans based on the individual's unique needs. Our customized approach ensures patient comprehension and will enhance proper treatment progression to secure the best outcome for our patients. Join our caring team of clinical experts!


You are encouraged to apply online today.








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