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Be Valued.
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Be Proud.
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Be Your Professional Best!

Imagine being a part of a company with clear vision, direction, teamwork and accountabilities for every member. You are not just held accountable, but you are supported, coached and fostered in your professional growth. We’ve created, and continue to improve, this exact environment where you can be the professional you want to be.

You are an extremely important part of our team and are integral to taking care of our clients by making them feel comfortable, welcome, important and valued.


Positive Energy is a niche outpatient practice providing expert care for lower quarter injuries. We offer a cutting-edge slow-motion walking/running analysis for all clients and athletes. The population ranges in age from 12-80 years. Each appointment is booked for 45 minutes of one-on-one time with a therapist. Positive Energy offers a supportive rehabilitation environment in which we believe we can progress all patients along the continuum of health and function to their peak potential.

Now Hiring:
Staff Physical Therapist


We are currently seeking a full-time salary Physical Therapist to join our practice and growing team. Our staff and ideal candidates are hard-working, energetic, positive-vibes-only individuals with a passion for helping people move. PT new graduates with a strong desire to learn are welcome to apply. We are a practice that is dedicated towards supporting your goals and helping you grow professionally. The physical therapists projected work schedule may start on a part-time/per diem basis, transitioning to full-time as caseload builds up. A full-time caseload consists of 50 visits per week. Immediate start date preferred.

If this position is exciting to you, please answer the following questions and send along with your resume to

  1. Why do you want to join the team at Positive Energy?
  2. What, in your opinion, is the most important part of the initial visit?
  3. Describe a time when you exceeded a client’s expectations?