Aim Health Group Kitchener

at 550 King Street East, Kitchener, N2G2L8

Registered Physiotherapy, Registered Massage therapy, Chiropractic, Laser therapy, Acupuncture


Aim Health Group Kitchener
550 King Street East
Kitchener , ON N2G2L8
Canada
Contact Phone
P: 5197492222
Website
http://www.aimkitchener.ca/physiotherapy.html

Description

Accepts EHC, WSIB and MVA. By appointment.

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Registered Massage Therapist Position Available at AIM Clinic Kitchener. We are looking for a female RMT. Accident Injury Management (AIM) Clinic in Kitchener is hiring a part time RMT. We are a busy multidisciplinary clinic just outside downtown Kitchener with other disciplines such as Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Acupuncture, Kinesiology, Laser Therapy, & Osteopathy. Our clinic also consists of family doctors, nurse practitioners, and a pharmacy onsite. We have a clinical focus in MVA & WSIB clients, applicants do not need previous experience working in this setting and new grads are welcome. Our staff is willing to provide guidance on form completions and administration takes care of online submissions. We also have a large referral source of private clients in addition to MVA/WSIB clients. We are seeking a reliable, punctual, motivated RMT to split or take on most of the new referrals to our clinic. Independent marketing to build a case load will compliment referrals from the clinic. Our clinic is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-6:30 p.m., and availability for end of day appointments a few days of the week is preferred. Commission split compensation, reception for booking and billing with all major credit/debit cards are accepted. Please forward resumes and cover letters to Nicole : nyen@aimhealthgroup.com We are looking to fill this position ASAP to accommodate our busy massage schedule! Only applicants chosen for interviews will be contacted. Thank you for your consideration.

Published on 2015-09-08 00:31:07 GMT

We are hiring a Physiotherapy Assistant Graduate of an accredited Physiotherapy Assistant/Occupational Therapist Assistant 2-year diploma program CPR certificate PTA/OTA certification recognized by the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario (CPO) and the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario (COTO) Demonstrated interest and proficiency in Physiotherapist Assistant/Occupational Therapist roles Familiarity with various computer applications i.e. MSWord, internet, patient registration systems practice perfect, HCAI Excellent interpersonal, problem-solving and critical thinking skills Ability to function effectively within a team and manage competing demands Good work performance and a good attendance record are essential RESPONSIBILITIES Some duties include the following: Assists the physiotherapists and following through with the recommendations of the therapists Administers specific modalities and treatment programs at the instruction of the Physiotherapist, including ice/heat, TENS and laser therapy. Reinforces education programs under the direction of the therapists regarding energy conversation, use of assistive devices, joint protection, posture, etc. Monitors/observes the client's response to treatment, documenting effects and informing the therapist of any positive or adverse effects Provides general housekeeping tasks such as keeping therapy equipment and space clean and maintaining inventory and laundry Able to work in a team setting and without supervision. As well as attends staff meetings Provides clerical assistance when requested, and other related duties as assigned by the Manager HOURS OF WORK Monday-Friday, must be flexible. Required experience: With HCAI and billing/Booking

Published on 2015-06-17 18:33:40 GMT

Registered Kinesiologist The Accident Injury Management Clinic team is looking for an experienced Kinesiologist to assist in our multi-disciplinary clinic. The AIM Clinic caters to Motor Vehicle Accident patients, Workplace Safety & Insurance Board patients, and private patients. The clinic also offers a Work Hardening Program, Functional Abilities Evaluations, and Post Offer Employment Testing. The role of the Kinesiologist will be to be a vital part in performing and supporting these programs offered at the clinic. Duties: • Assist Physiotherapists with implementing patient exercise programs • Educate and aid patients with performing rehabilitation programs • Apply modalities: Ultrasound Therapy, Interferential Current Stimulation, Low Intensity Laser Therapy • Support WHP Co-ordinator with client program and documentation • Assist/perform Pre-screen Employment Testing • Maintain daily function of clinic Qualifications: • B.Sc. Kinesiology • Registered Kinesiologist Assets: • Functional Abilities Evaluation experience • Experience with HCAI web program • Experience with Physical Demands Descriptions and ergonomic education • Experience with Metriks/Arcon/BTE equipment and software Please send your resume to kitchener@aimhealthgroup.com Attention: Nicole

Published on 2015-05-12 18:42:47 GMT

Physiotherapy Assistant/Occupational Therapist Assistant required: • Graduate of an accredited Physiotherapy Assistant/Occupational Therapist Assistant 2-year diploma program • CPR certificate • PTA/OTA certification recognized by the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario (CPO) and the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario (COTO) • Demonstrated interest and proficiency in Physiotherapist Assistant/Occupational Therapist roles • Familiarity with various computer applications i.e. Word, internet, patient registration systems practice perfect. • Excellent interpersonal, problem-solving and critical thinking skills • Ability to function effectively within a team and manage competing demands • Good work performance and a good attendance record are essential RESPONSIBILITIES Duties include the following: • Assists the physiotherapists and following through with the recommendations of the therapists • Administers specific modalities and treatment programs at the instruction of the Physiotherapist, including ice/heat, TENS and laser therapy. • Reinforces education programs under the direction of the therapists regarding energy conversation, use of assistive devices, joint protection, posture, etc. • Monitors/observes the client's response to treatment, documenting effects and informing the therapist of any positive or adverse effects • Provides general housekeeping tasks such as keeping therapy equipment and space clean and maintaining inventory and laundry • Able to work in a team setting and without supervision. As well as attends staff meetings • Provides clerical assistance when requested, and other related duties as assigned by the Manager HOURS OF WORK Monday-Friday (Must be flexible Please email your resume or send a private message: nyen@aimhealthgroup.com

Published on 2015-04-27 20:21:55 GMT

Registered Massage Therapist Position Available at AIM Clinic Kitchener. We are looking for a female RMT. Accident Injury Management (AIM) Clinic in Kitchener is hiring a part time RMT. We are a busy multidisciplinary clinic just outside downtown Kitchener with other disciplines such as Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Acupuncture, Kinesiology, Laser Therapy, & Osteopathy. Our clinic also consists of family doctors, nurse practitioners, and a pharmacy onsite. We have a clinical focus in MVA & WSIB clients, applicants do not need previous experience working in this setting and new grads are welcome. Our staff is willing to provide guidance on form completions and administration takes care of online submissions. We also have a large referral source of private clients in addition to MVA/WSIB clients. We are seeking a reliable, punctual, motivated RMT to split or take on most of the new referrals to our clinic. Independent marketing to build a case load will compliment referrals from the clinic. Our clinic is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-6:30 p.m., and availability for end of day appointments a few days of the week is preferred. Commission split compensation, reception for booking and billing with all major credit/debit cards are accepted. Please forward resumes and cover letters to kitchener@aimhealthgroup.com We are looking to fill this position ASAP to accommodate our busy massage schedule! Only applicants chosen for interviews will be contacted. Thank you for your consideration.

Published on 2015-04-07 13:10:13 GMT

Shoveling tips 1. Don’t Let the Snow Pile Up Frequent shoveling will help to reduce the amount of snow that needs to be removed. Pay attention to the weather reports so that you can prepare a shoveling schedule; this will allow smaller loads at one time. 2. Choose the Right Shovel A lightweight pusher-type shovel is ideal. If you own a metal shovel, it may be beneficial to spray it with Teflon as this will allow the snow to slide off the shovel easily. 3. Don’t Throw! Push Instead. It is easier on your back and shoulders to push the snow to the sides rather than throwing it onto a pile. Avoid heavy lifting and sudden twisting or pivoting movements, and you’ll get through the driveway with ease. 4. Bend Your Knees In the event that you do have to lift the snow, ensure that you are bending at the knees to alleviate the strain on the back muscles and joints. Trying to keep your back in neutral position, and using your arm and leg muscles to do most of the lifting is the safest way to go. ****WARM UP EVERY 10-15 MINUTES**** 5. Take Breaks If you feel tired, out of breath, or if you are experiencing acute chest pain or back pain, do not ignore it. Take some time to regain your strength and ensure that you stop shoveling immediately. If the muscle or joint pain persists after the day of shoveling, you should seek chiropractic care or physiotherapy. If the chest pain becomes severe, please see your medical doctor as soon as possible. 6. Dress Warmly and Stay Hydrated Layering your clothing, ensuring that your head, neck, ears, and hands are properly protected from the bitter cold is essential to get the job done comfortably. Drink lots of water or juice to keep your fluids up; don’t ignore your thirst in the cold, and consider finishing off the shoveling with a warm beverage to bring your core temperature back to normal. >> If you are experiencing back pain or you have sustained a back injury (from shoveling, or anything else!), chiropractic care and physiotherapy can significantly enhance your recovery. Contact AIM today to book an appointment at 519-749-2222 and let us mend you back to better health.

Published on 2015-03-04 13:43:27 GMT

We are a busy multidisciplinary orthopaedic rehabilitation clinic located in Kitchener, with an exceptional record for patient care and satisfaction. We are looking for a full-time/part time physiotherapist to join our existing team of physiotherapists, massage therapists, chiropractor and kinesiologists. We offer a large existing and growing referral base, private offices for our physiotherapists and an extremely large treatment area (both for manual therapy and exercise therapy) for our patients. Our patient mix is a combination of extended health care, sports injuries, WSIB and MVA. Education allowance and flexcare health benefits offered.Minimum Requirements:· Licensed and in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario· 3 years physiotherapy experience in orthopaedics an asset, although newer grads may apply.. Works well as a team and especially with support staff (PTAs and Kinesiologists)· Experience with WSIB and MVA form completion· Excellent verbal and written communication skills· Passion for physiotherapy

Published on 2014-09-28 00:52:38 GMT

Employment Opportunities Full Time/Part Time Physiotherapist: We are a busy multidisciplinary orthopaedic rehabilitation clinic located in Kitchener, with an exceptional record for patient care and satisfaction. We are looking for a full-time/part time physiotherapist to join our existing team of physiotherapists, massage therapists, chiropractor and kinesiologists. We offer a large existing and growing referral base, private offices for our physiotherapists and an extremely large treatment area (both for manual therapy and exercise therapy) for our patients. Our patient mix is a combination of extended health care, sports injuries, WSIB and MVA. Education allowance and flexcare health benefits offered. Minimum Requirements: · Licensed and in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario · 3 years physiotherapy experience in orthopaedics an asset, although newer grads may apply. . Works well as a team and especially with support staff (PTAs and Kinesiologists) · Experience with WSIB and MVA form completion · Excellent verbal and written communication skills · Passion for physiotherapy E-Mail: kitchener@aimhealthgroup.com

Published on 2014-01-30 15:04:11 GMT

Safe shovelling tips • Don’t let the snow pile up. Frequent shovelling when snow falls for several days means moving smaller amounts of snow. • Pick the right shovel. Use a lightweight, pusher-type shovel. If using a metal shovel, use a non-stick spray to stop snow from sticking. • Push, don’t throw. Push the snow to the side rather than throwing it. Doing that avoids lifting heavy shovelfuls of snow and sudden twisting. • Bend your knees. When snow has to be lifted, use knees and legs and arm muscles to do the pushing and lifting while keeping the back straight. • Take a break. Stop and take a rest if feeling tired or short of breath. Shake out arms and legs. Stop immediately if experiencing chest or back pain.

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