• Growing multispecialty orthopedic and musculoskeletal practice
  • Midwestern city living with many entertainment and educational opportunities
  • Well-managed, physician-owned group
  • Modern offices in many neighborhoods
  • Multiple specialties with which to interact

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Practice Features:


  • Serves three states with more than 50 providers across all MSK specialties
  • Specialties include physiatry, spinal, hand, foot/ankle and orthopedic surgery, and primary care sports medicine.



  • Office-based, all acute outpatient MSK, mostly spine
  • Clinical testing, including electrodiagnostics-required, advanced imaging and ultrasound into daily practice
  • Mentoring and interventional training by two double boarded physiatrists will be available
  • No chronic pain
  • Can cover sporting and other events. Sporting event coverage is encouraged to support the sports medicine foundation of the group.
  • This is not a pain management position
  • Summer or Fall, 2024 starting date



  • Shared among the physiatrists



  • A guarantee and a bonus
  • Opportunity to buy-in will be offered depending on productivity



  • Employee with partnership opportunity


  • Comprehensive to include health benefits, malpractice, license fees and much more

 Candidate Qualifications:


  • Should want to further build a physiatry practice based on hands-on patient-centered care utilizing sound clinical judgement and physical assessment
  • Board certification in PM&R and EMG is required within 2 years of residency
  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills
  • A team player

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