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Advanced Practitioner Physiotherapist (NOPS045)

Reference: NOPS045 / Region: Wakefield, Yorkshire

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About the role 

Connect are now looking for a well-organised and conscientious APP MSK Physiotherapist to deliver quality clinical care of musculoskeletal conditions for patients presenting in Community Services. This role will begin in August 2018.

The role of an APP is about the consistent delivery of quality clinical management of musculoskeletal conditions for the patients presenting to the intermediate care service.  You’ll work as a self-sufficient practitioner and deliver a quality clinical service meeting the clinical and commercial needs of the CATS contract.

Whilst undertaking comprehensive assessment and diagnosis of patients with a wide variety of physical and emotional needs, you must formulate, deliver, review and progress individual treatment programmes and ensure effective treatment, specialist advice and timely discharge is achieved.

Developing and promoting a positive and dynamic image and culture, you must foster productive relationships with key stakeholders.

Who we’re looking for

You’ll be positive, constructive and approachable, along with being registered with the HCPC, a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and a full qualified Physiotherapist. We’re looking for you to be capable of managing a varied caseload of MSK patients, you will have the ability to work under pressure and be committed to CPD.

We’re looking for you to have the desire to facilitate improvement in both self and service, you will have excellent communication skills and be able to communicate confidently and effectively with both patients and colleagues alike.

You may have experience of working within the NHS or it may be in the public or private sector, its more about you and the skills you can bring to Connect.  You’ll also have HCPC and CSP registration.

Please note that the successful candidate will need to undergo an Enhanced Check including barring lists under the Disclosure and Barring Service paid for by Connect. 

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