It’s all about the people

At Ivy Rehab, we’re big believers in recognizing the team members who make our patients’ experience exceptional from the minute they walk in our doors.

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Our physical therapists never stop learning

All of our clinicians are dedicated to lifelong learning and professional development. Each physical therapist at Ivy Rehab is a graduate of an accredited physical therapy program with multiple clinical affiliations. Every clinician is required to attain 25 contact hours of continuing education per year, significantly more than the minimum requirement of each state we serve.

Ivy University

Ivy University is a free series of courses offered to team members who want to move into leadership positions or are facing a strategic business challenge. Ivy University participants may be administrative or clinical, understanding that this program will be a challenging environment for all involved. Team members participating in Ivy University will explore changes in the healthcare environment in order to understand all aspects of business operations in the physical therapy industry.

Clinical Education Placements

Training the next generation of clinicians is very important to the therapists at Ivy Rehab. We are proud to affiliate with 27 different academic institutions in 9 different states to offer exciting and challenging clinical experiences to students from across the country. Many of our clinicians have become APTA credentialed clinical instructors and a few have received the advanced certification as well.

Residency at Arcadia University

Ivy Rehab has partnered with Arcadia University to provide the area’s only APTA-supported Orthopedic Residency Program. This program allows residents to enhance their professional development and advance their orthopedic knowledge and clinical skills through a formal mentorship program under the guidance of Board Certified Orthopedic Specialists (OCS). The Ivy Rehab residents also have the benefit of taking classes and collaborating with other residents through Arcadia University. The goal of the residency program is to achieve the OCS certification while focusing on elevating the effectiveness and efficiency of care for all patients.

The many ways to grow at Ivy Rehab

How it Feels to Work at Ivy Rehab

Innovative events by the Ivy Rehab team

Exceptional Growth Opportunities for Therapists at Ivy Rehab

Growth opportunities at Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy

Why Join the Ivy Rehab Network?

 

Work-Life Balance

  • Multiple Practice Settings
  • Urban, suburban and rural
  • Associated hospital types from tertiary to primary
  • Opportunities available requiring various skills from advanced level to basic practice
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Work-Life Balance

Competitive Pay

 

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Competitive Pay

 

Stability

 

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Stability