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Sherwood Forest Hospitals is a leading edge NHS Foundation Trust embracing a £260m turnover healthcare business. We employ over 4,000 people and deliver best care through some of the best quality hospital facilities in the country.
From the passionate support for Newark Hospital to the leading edge design of the new King’s Mill Hospital, we take great pride in the quality of service we offer our patients.
The Back Pain Unit at King’s Mill Hospital is seeking an enthusiastic physiotherapist to work within the Unit’s multidisciplinary team to be a lead Specialist Clinician, providing specialist assessment, diagnosis, treatment and advice to an independent caseload of clients with low back pain with or without sciatica, including those who present with highly complex conditions.
You will have advanced specialist knowledge, diagnostic, assessment and treatment skills required to respond to patients with an acute or chronic spinal problems. You must have excellent knowledge of cognitive / behavioural approaches, be highly familiar with evidence based musculoskeletal care, have sound experience of clinical audit, and excellent communication, supervisory and leadership skills.
You will need a graduate diploma or BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy, HPC State registration, and membership of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. You must have had a substantial MSK experience with evidence of specialising in advanced musculoskeletal skills.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Further information can be obtained through Stephen Bliss or Prof David Walsh, Back Pain Unit, King's Mill Hospital on ( Phone number removed )
If you would like this information in an alternative format or in a different language please contact us on ( Phone number removed ) ext 3271. Please note that we no longer accept handwritten/paper applications and that the email address given on your application will be used for all correspondence regarding this post.
Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust reserves the right to close a vacancy before the closing date if a sufficient number of applications have been received.
Priority for vacancies at the Trust will be given to existing NHS employees of Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust whose roles are currently at risk of redundancy due to organisational change.
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Please note if you are successful in obtaining this position and the post involves regulated activity you will be required to undertake a Disclosure & Barring Service check. The Trust will pay for the check initially and the money will then be deducted from your first month’s salary. The current price of a check is £4769 plus VAT for an enhanced and £2969 plus VAT for a standard check. Further details of the Disclosure & Barring Service check will be confirmed upon offer of employment.
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