Medical Massage Therapist
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Point Performance is a comprehensive physical therapy and rehabilitation center providing leading-edge services—both medical and non-medical—to restore and enhance physical function without surgery. Conveniently located in Bethesda, Maryland, Point Performance brings together, in a single state-of-the art location, two respected practices—Point Performance Medicine led by Dr. Mark D. Klaiman MD and Point Performance Therapy led by Dr. Haim S. Hechtman, DPT. Care is comprehensive, coordinated and personalized—designed to help patients achieve their optimal performance and quality of life—from moving through everyday activities without pain to taking athletic performance to a new level.
We are currently seeking an experienced LMT for our Bethesda location. The ideal candidate will:
3-5 years of experience as a massage therapist
Possess experience in the rehabilitation of sprains, strains, fractures, and dislocations, as well as to help eliminate pain from arthritic and rheumatic conditions.
Apply massage to relieve various forms of paralysis, insomnia, migraine headaches, and other conditions caused by poor functioning of the nervous system.
Understand how to simulate the circulatory system with massage to reduce convalescent periods and improve many conditions after surgery.
Provide relief of muscle tightness caused by stress and shortens recovery time for injured athletes with massage therapy.
Work with various agents to complement massage, including application of heat and light, and exercise.
Submit periodic reports to treatment team or Physician to provide clinical data for evaluation.
Works with Physical Therapist in coordination of care for optimal outcome.
Current Maryland License
Excellent customer service skills.
Efficient and well organized.
Professional manner, discretion and appearance.
Excellent verbal and written skills.
Schedule varies based upon needs of Point Performance.
Compensation based on work experience and independent contract.
Job Type: Full-time