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Inpatient physiatry practice opportunity, Boston


  • Extraordinary opportunity to work in a nationally recognized, state-of-the-art facility
  • Enjoy the great economics of an independent contractor affiliation
  • Have the advantage of association with the nation’s largest rehab system

George Washington Monument at Public Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.





·       The patient population is stroke, neuro, orthopedic




·       Independent contractor




·       You do the billings, you get the receipts


Candidate Qualifications:


·       Board Certified/Qualified in physiatry


If you have any interest, skills or experience with inpatient physiatry jobs, [ . . . ]

Interventional physiatry job, Boston


  • Potential for ownership in the ASC
  • Well-established, successful pain practice in operation 20 years
  • Huge growth potential at this 2-person doctor practice with a PA and a NP




  • Interventional procedures 2 – 3 days/week
  • Cervical epidurals, stimulator trials and implants-temporary and permanent, discography, morphine pumps; ideally some knowledge of stem cells would be ideal
  • Most procedures by fluoroscopy
  • The surgery center is across the hallway from the office
  • Some EMG’s and NCV’s
  • 70% – 80% of the patients are on medications but not long-term; low dose [ . . . ]

Interventional physiatry job, Worcester

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  • Extraordinary opportunity to work in a nationally recognized, state of the art, high volume surgical practice
  • Multidisciplinary practice
  • Dedicated spine procedure room with dedicated clinical support staff
  • Academic setting with educational and research opportunities

Worcester, Massachusetts The Salisbury Pond in Worcester, Massachusetts late autumn

Practice Features:

  • Work with the Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation
  • The Spine Center is staffed by spine orthopedists, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, rheumatologists and other staff, all committed to providing [ . . . ]
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