Join the wonderful team at Melbourne Hand Rehab and step into the perfect role for you where you will be valued, happy to come to work every day, and constantly growing alongside a team of reliable and energetic people who have similar values to you.
Melbourne Hand Rehab (MHR) has a growing caseload of Musician’s with injuries to their upper limbs requiring acute management and also comprehensive rehabilitation back to performing at the highest levels.
We are now recruiting specifically for this caseload, hoping to find a perfect fit physiotherapist to join our team of 16 hand therapy staff and 8 support staff. It’s as important to us as it is to you that we suit each other.
If you think this could be the opportunity for you, please watch the 2 videos below to have a better understanding of what we’re all about at MHR, send a one page application letter stating why you believe you are the right person to join our team, and a copy of your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the form below.
Applications for the position of Music Physio will close on 29 March 2019.
This will be a career changing position for one committed and reliable physio.
Karen Fitt (Physiotherapist and Past President of the Australian Hand Therapy Association) started Melbourne Hand Rehab 25 years ago with a vision to provide excellence in hand therapy care in the private setting. Since then, MHR have helped thousands of people overcome their hand injuries and conditions to get their lives back on track. We are known as experts in providing a full service of hand therapy treatments including splinting, pain management, musicians’ injuries, sports injuries and postoperative rehabilitation.
The services we offer include work site liaison and assessment, splinting, hydrotherapy, gym work, dry needling, home visits and inpatient work at private hospitals. We work with hand surgeons, pain specialists, other medical specialists, GPs and other allied health professionals. We are also known for our excellence in staff training, taking physios and OTs and nurturing them into excellent hand therapists.