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Blog Posts in April 2021

The Cantrell Center for Physical Therapy & Wellness has an immediate job opening for:

  • PHYSICAL THERAPIST (PT)
  • PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT (PTA)

***NEW GRADS, UPCOMING GRADS, & EXPERIENCED CLINICIANS MAY APPLY***

The Cantrell Center for Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine is a physical therapist-owned private practice and has been serving Middle Georgia for over 28 years. A Certified Postural Restoration Center since 2008, we’re proud to employee clinicians who have a passion for the science and value our one-on-one approach to patient care. We are currently looking to hire both a Physical Therapist and a Physical Therapist Assistant for our booming practice!

We currently have 2 Postural Restoration Certified Therapists (PRC's) in the clinic making us highly sought after by our referring physicians, our patients, and wellness members.  We often have patients who travel out of town and even out of state to come to the Cantrell Center as we are the only Postural Restoration Certified Facility in the state of Georgia.  

Located in Warner Robins, Georgia, the Cantrell Center is located in the Middle of the state! Just a quick drive to Atlanta or the beach, Warner Robins offers convenience to any interest without the crime rate and elevated costs of a larger city.  Visit the website of Robins Regional Chamber for more information about the city of Warner Robins.

What makes The Cantrell Center a great place to work?
At the Cantrell Center, patient care is paramount and each team member’s gifts and experiences blend to create an atmosphere of integrity and encouragement. As part of our team, you will work side-by-side with like-minded and dedicated colleagues, while enjoying the opportunity to build your own career.

WE OFFER:
•    A Work/Life Balance — We understand that you have a family outside of work
•    Outstanding work environment – Beautiful, clean, state-of-the-art facility!
•    Commitment to clinical excellence – You’ll learn from the best!
•    Team atmosphere – Our employees care about each other!
•    Ethical standards – We have a reputation for the best patient care!
•    Constant training and learning – You will learn cutting edge PRI treatment methods
•    An excellent mentoring program for new hires – especially for new grads
•    Competitive salary and benefits package

To learn more about The Cantrell Center for Physical Therapy & Wellness...
•    Visit our website
•    Find us on LinkedIn
•    Find us on Facebook
•    Find us on Instagram
•    Learn about our Annual Cantrell Center 5K & Fun Run

If you’re interested in joining our team, please send your resume to pr@cantrellcenter.com.

Posted April 8, 2021 at 11:27AM
Categories: Clinicians

After almost a year to the day of the country shutting down, this course marked a refreshing beginning to some normalcy with teaching PRI Myokinematic Restoration again. We had at least 50 participants virtually with attendees in and outside of the U.S. ranging all the way from Canada, Slovenia, and the UK. We had 9 in person attendees that made the trek to Lincoln and served as the “models” for our myokinematic lab portion.

We began the first morning with didactic material learning all about the patterns of the L AIC. This  included non pathology and pathology discussions in relation to the compensatory demands of the femur in the acetabulum. Respiration demands, underlying neurology and asymmetry helped to shape and understand the reasoning behind the L AIC pattern.

The weekend concluded with an ample amount of lab and hands on time, learning to assess position of the hip, compensatory findings, and frontal plane performance testing with the Hruska ADDuction test and Hruska ABDuction test. The attendees then went through myokinematic techniques to restore and retrain pathomechanics of the pelvis.

We had several thought provoking questions and the enthusiasm was great from the group and could be felt even virtually!

Posted April 1, 2021 at 11:58AM
Categories: Courses Techniques Science

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