Orthopedic & Spine Therapy – Part-time or Full-time Physical Therapist – Ashland, WI

Now Hiring
Physical Therapist
Part-time or Full-time – Out Ortho

Orthopedic & Spine Therapy
220 3rd Avenue West
Ashland, Wisconsin

Steve Barnett, PT, MBA, CMTPT, opened the first location of Orthopedic & Spine Therapy in Green Bay, Wisconsin in 1990 to provide specialized physical therapy treatment to patients with spine-related conditions, TMJ, and headaches. Since then, the company has grown to 18 locations. Each clinic location has developed from Steve’s vision to provide manual therapy solutions for musculoskeletal dysfunction.

Orthopedic & Spine Therapy is now hiring a part-time or full-time Physical Therapist to join their growing team in Ashland, Wisconsin.

The Physical Therapist will have a nice mix of general outpatient orthopedic patients (hips, knees, neck and back) and provide coverage exclusively in Ashland.

Job Requirements:
• Wisconsin state licensure as a Physical Therapist
• No experience required; new graduates are welcome to apply
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Commitment to “WOW” patients and referral sources

Join Our Team:
Join a Physical Therapist owned practice with 18 locations within Northeast and Northwest Wisconsin. Orthopedic & Spine Therapy provides extensive continuing education to enable the Physical Therapists to continue to be leaders in manual therapy techniques, as well as a comprehensive mentorship program for new hires.

Full-time employees receive a generous benefits package.

Learn More:
Please contact us to learn more.

Brianne Hemingway
414-465-8897 (call or text)

About Ashland, Wisconsin:
Ashland is known as the “Historic Mural Capital of Wisconsin” due to its 18 murals, each of which are about an aspect of the city’s history. There are also several restaurants suitable for locals and tourists alike, plenty of fishing opportunities, and the Ashland Area Farmer’s Market that occurs on every Saturday from June through October.

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