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Eugene Pelvic Wellness Center is a small privately owned physical therapy practice devoted to treating pelvic health including men, women, and pediatrics. We are looking to add a Full Time Physical Therapist to start as soon as possible!

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Eugene Pelvic Wellness Center is a privately owned physical therapy practice devoted to treating pelvic health issues including women, men, and children. We are growing and will soon be moving in to a new space August 1st with more treatment rooms and a gym/movement area that will also accommodate classes and workshops for our patients. We are looking to employ a full time pelvic health PT that is interested in developing an area of pelvic health (e.g. pregnancy, post-partum, oncology, pediatrics, male pelvic health, sexual health) and wants to shape and grow their practice with the support of a team of committed PT’s. Requirements include: A minimum of one year of experience in a clinical setting, working with conditions such as urinary/bowel incontinence, pelvic pain, pregnancy and post-partum care. And, candidates must have an Oregon license (or in the works) and be able to work both independently and in collaboration with a small group.

Compensation is highly competitive and benefits include a generous education package, healthcare and paid time off.

Other areas of interest and/or experience could include pediatrics, sexual health and yoga as therapeutic exercise. A strong background in orthopedic/manual therapy is also desirable.

Our space is a relaxed non-clinical setting with a focus on providing exceptional specialized patient care with treatments on the hour. The schedule can be flexible and the owner is open to a mentorship situation as she has 27 years of experience in pelvic health physical therapy. She also has a background in yoga teaching and holds an AASECT certificate in sexual health counseling. If you are interested, please submit a cover letter and resume.

Desired experience:  A minimum of one year practicing in a clinical setting, working with conditions such as urinary/bowel incontinence, male pain and post protatectomy, pelvic pain, pregnancy and post-partum care. Other areas of interest could include pediatrics, sexual health, and yoga as therapeutic exercise. A strong background in orthopedic/manual therapy is also desirable.

Candidates must have an Oregon license (or in the works) and be able to work both independently and in collaboration with a small group.

If you are interested, please submit a request for more information here: