Nov 05, 2018

chiropractor associate-part time

  • healthsource
  • milford, ma, usa
Part Time Associate

Job Description

Healthsource of milford has an excellent opportunity for part time Associate Chiropractor to join our practice in Milford, MA. Applicants must have a license to practice in the state of Massachusetts.

Personal training certification and bilingual is a bonus. You will be teaching and assisting patients with therapeutic exercise and some deep tissue work. . Some clerical duties occur. If you are passionate about helping others and love a high-energy environment, this may be the perfect home for you.

Experience in the industry is always a plus, however, we welcome recent graduates looking to learn and grow as professionals to apply. We will train you for success.

Healthsource provides a competitive salary base off city region and experience with a base salary. Salary is negotiable during interview!

Responsibilities:

Consult with patients by reviewing health and medical histories; questioning, observing and examining patients; and reviewing x-rays, as indicated.

Evaluate patients neuromusculoskeletal systems and the spine using chiropractic diagnosis to determine neuromusculoskeletal and spine related conditions.

Perform manual adjustments to the spine, or other articulations of the body, in order to correct the musculoskeletal system, where necessary.

Educate patients on the quality of life benefits of routine chiropractic care and provide a recommended course of treatment.

Company Description: www.healthsourcechiro.com/milford

At HealthSource, we deliver the highest-quality chiropractic care, rehab, and wellness services. We personalize every patient s treatment plan to meet their unique needs. HealthSource experts are backed by the largest chiropractic system in the nation. HealthSource is dedicated to delivering an exceptional chiropractic experience in its clinics. The chiropractor in each location is the foundation on which this experience is built. Chiropractors with HealthSource must be clinically competent, skilled in adjusting and able to develop trusting, patient-doctor relationships.