• Patient demand as 3 month waiting list
  • No travel or call
  • Great collegial environment; the Medical Director is energetic and patient-focused
  • Per a local doctor, it’s a great place with good schools, a good airport, hunting, skiing, college sports and theatre, a low crime rate, and more


  • Centrally located on the border of North Dakota & Minnesota
  • 5 hours west of Minneapolis/St. Paul
  • Fargo-Moorhead population: 210,000
  • Regional Service area consists of 25 clinics & 5 hospitals
  • City population of 121,000

Practice Features:

  • Outpatient therapy provided by therapists who sub-specialize in neuro, pediatric and musculoskeletal pain formats
  • Excellent working relationships with a full continuum of neuro musculoskeletal of specialists including: Neurosurgery, Neurology, Orthopedic Surgery, Interventional Neuro-radiology, Interventional Pain and Internal Medicine and all medicine subspecialties
  • Join three physiatrists in an established Physical Medicine and Rehab department


  • All outpatient unless you want to do some inpatient
  • Comprehensive, general PM&R practice with management of axial skeletal injury
  • Outpatient work involves neck and back, trigger point injections
  • EMG’s desired but not required
  • Assessment and management of patients with long term issues; development of a plan of care in consultation with other specialists
  • Work collaboratively with many teams including Neurosurgery, Occupational Medicine and Interventional Pain.
  • Regional outreach – optional.
  • Teaching opportunities are available


  • Competitive salary plus bonus 



  • Employee

Reasons for opening:

  • Growth of program and retirement of a physiatrist
  • 3 month waiting list

Candidate Qualifications:

  • Board Certified/Qualified physiatrist with excellent interpersonal and communications skills
  • A strong team player, well versed in outpatient musculoskeletal and neurological diseases

Quick Facts about Fargo

  • There’s lots to do with many parks, cross country skiing, skating, hunting (geese, mule deer, white tail, duck) college sports (Division 1A football, wrestling and more), orchestra, choir and theatre, performances at the Fargo Coliseum.  Agriculture-friendly.  Colleges and universities include Moorhead State, ND State University and Concordia with good programs to include a good business program.  Home of many employers to include Health Systems, Air Force Base, Stiger Tractors and more.
  • Enjoy a lake house
  • Centrally located on the border of North Dakota & Minnesota
  • 5 hours west of Minneapolis/St. Paul
  • Fargo-Moorhead population: 210,000
  • Regional Service area consists of 25 clinics & 5 hospitals
  • North Dakota’s largest city, with 105,000+ residents; average age is 30
  • Located in the Red River Valley in the southeastern part of the state, on the border of North Dakota and Minnesota
  • Home to three colleges/universities, including North Dakota State University
  • Four seasons of activities, from visiting the city’s nationally acclaimed children’s museum or attending the ballet to biking, skiing and an abundance of other outdoor activities
  • Zoo
  • Concordia College is in Fargo which has a good endowment with a lot of scholarships; parents only expected to pay a certain amount, high acceptance rate into dental, medical and law schools; individual attention


  • Named one of the top 100 places to live in America by Money Magazine
  • Rated the third-best small city for relocating a family by the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council
  • Named the nation’s 12th safest city by Morgan Quitno Press

Helpful Links


You’ll find plenty of outpatient physiatry practice opportunities when you search the Openings listed on the website of Farr Healthcare. Even though competition is greater in this field, we believe there’s a perfect match for every outpatient physiatrist candidate and employer. You won’t find a larger listing of practice opportunities  anywhere for top-quality outpatient physiatry opportunities, especially one with so much information.