MAIN PURPOSE OF ROLE
• To work as an autonomous practitioner, within scope of practice, and deliver a range of quality clinical service meeting the clinical and commercial needs of Physiolistic.
• To develop and promote a positive and dynamic image and culture to both internal and external stakeholders. At all times striving to reflect and encourage core value behaviours.( see CSP standards and Physiolistic core values)
• To develop and foster productive relationships with patients, local Consultants, GPs and other key stakeholders.
• To utilise musculoskeletal expertise to function as a Physiotherapist
managing a varied clinical caseload within designated clinical environments
• Services delivered and Clinical interventions will vary depending on the site, patient/client needs, and clinician experience/knowledge, but may include; assessments, advice, treatment, individual or group rehab, educational seminars, screening, Pilates individual and group classes, Acupuncture and Sports Massage.
• To conduct all clinical interventions and related actions in line with relevant professional standards, such as CSP, HCPC, ACPOHE, ACPSM, AACP as well as Physiolistic standards and policies and where applicable, contract parameters
• To demonstrate a commitment to ongoing professional development and to maintain a contemporary record of such activity, in line with recommendations of CSP and HCPC. To use online notes and billing system(PPS) used by the clinic.
• To attend timetabled in-service training and mandatory training programmes, as well as other Physiolistic educational initiatives which may be outside of contracted time
• To share their knowledge and skills and contribute to the Physiolistic in-service training programme and other training, educational and promotional initiatives.
• To undertake Audit projects relevant to clinical role
• To complete all patient reports required by both the clinic, patient and insurance companies in a timely manner.
• Be responsible for the day-to-day organisation of the services at Physiolistic ensuring services are delivered efficiently and with high levels of patient satisfaction
• Co-ordinate physio work patterns and shifts to meet business needs
• Driving social media presence of Physiolistic
• Take lead where required to organise external Physiolistic events as and when required
• Manage own diary and hours as well as timesheet.
• Communicate regularly and appropriately with colleagues and staff at Physiolistic
• Be involved in regularly reviewing and updating the services, including the collation
and presentation of basic statistical information regarding the delivery and outcomes of the services provided.
• To work with the director in the development and delivery of existing services provided to clients and to take responsibility for delegated tasks or attend specific meetings/events
• Utilise IT systems provided to track and record patient interactions.
KEY PERFORMANCE MEASURES
• Operational KPIs
• Patient satisfaction
• Clinical outcomes
The role of a MSK Physiotherapist is fundamentally about the consistent delivery of high quality clinical care of musculoskeletal conditions for the patients presenting in a range of settings. Expected to be positive, constructive and approachable and carry out tasks with fairness and integrity at all times.
The MSK Physiotherapist will be expected to be well organised, conscientious and capable of managing the varied caseload of sometimes complex patients in a variety of clinical environments. An ability to work well under pressure as well as a commitment to CPD and a desire to facilitate improvement in both self and services are also key characteristics