Connecticut Family PT

“If you are the type of therapist who wants to provide optimal care in order to do what’s in the best interest of your patients, consider working as part of the team at CFPT. Our unique business model provides our clinicians with the time to provide dedicated and focused care.  Treatment, as well as evaluation, is provided by the professionals who are uniquely qualified to perform it, since we do not rely on aides or just modalities, as we strive to have our clients reach their goals for therapy. You will be expected to be creative and self-motivated, but your unique skills will be valued (and you will be asked to share them with your colleagues as well as your clients!), and your professional growth will be encouraged.

Having been with Ct Family Physical Therapy for several years, I can attest to the value of this model and the joy of really getting to know your patients and the community.  Come see our comfortable and bright facility and have a conversation if you are ready to be the kind of therapist you always planned to be.”       - Debra Spross, PT, OCS

 

“One thing I really love is the one-on-one time with our patients. I never have to feel rushed. I have the time I need to be able to process and really think about the patient's complaints/goals and correct them with my physical findings. This way I can really hone in on the issues at hand. This not only helps the patient but has helped me learn and grow into a better clinician.”      - Amanda Kaslowitz, PT, OCS

 

My professional objectives include being in a progressive environment where I can continue to learn from a cohort of  seasoned professionals that surround me on a daily basis.

With that mindset, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to work at CFPT where collaboration and commitment to quality patient care is cultivated. There are no cookbook recipes in helping individuals achieve optimal functional goals.  I have found that the owner and the therapists I've worked with here, respect and foster the individual therapist and his/her creativity in delivering exceptional service to each person that steps through the door.

Good Personality Fit for this practice--person who is empathetic with patients as well as peers.  Strong communicator able to engage in critical thinking process in clinical care as well as client service.”                           - Elizabeth Chau, MS, PT

 

“A student in my last year of PT school, I had the opportunity to complete one of my 3 month internships at Connecticut Family PT…and what an incredible opportunity! The first thing that struck me as I started meeting more patients was that they were actually getting better. Not just a little better, or 50% decreased pain, but BETTER to the point that their symptoms were no longer dictating what they were able to do. I have spent time at a variety of PT clinics during my education to be a physical therapist and this is something I don’t see across the board. The individualized care and length of treatments at Connecticut Family PT is an anomaly in today’s healthcare. The therapists’ ultimate goals are their patient’s goals, and they put a tremendous focus on educating their patients so they understand what they can do to help reach their goals in conjunction with therapy treatments. My goal as a physical therapist is to work in a clinic that allows me the treatment time to provide my patients with the best care I can give, just like Connecticut Family PT.” – Lindsay Myers, DPT, Boulder, CO

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