CVHCare Home Health Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) in Oakland, California

“CVH is a wonderful place to work! The company is family-oriented and the management team isn’t only supportive, but they actually listen to what employees have to say. My work schedule is flexible and I have the freedom to provide the best care possible. Our corporate culture is one of support, family and a true desire to be accessible to the entire community. If you enjoy learning, professional independence, meeting new people and having fun... then you will love working at CVHCare!” Alicia

CVHCare is looking for an outstanding Full-Time Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) in our Oakland/Castro Valley territory to provide compassionate and visionary care to our patients. Part-Time and Per Diem opportunities are also available within Alameda County.


Current CA Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) License. One (1) of experience as a Physical Therapy Assistant required. If New Grad, previous Physical Therapy Aide experience may be applicable. Reliable Transportation. CPR Certification.

Please Note: Candidates not meeting the above position requirements will not be considered or contacted by Human Resources.

Our wonderful and responsive internal team truly allows you to function remotely and independently, with the flexibility to make your own schedule and plan patient visits around other commitments if needed. The home care setting allows you quality time with your patient in the comfort of their own home.

Who We Are: CVHCare (Compassionate Visionary Health Care) is a thriving home health company, where passion and team spirit are nurtured and rewarded. Now celebrating our 11th anniversary, we are a stable and growing company. Discover an exciting and rewarding career while enjoying a flexible schedule, competitive pay rate, mileage reimbursement, and a supportive team environment.

About the Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) Role: The Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) provides physical therapy services & care to patients, under the direction of a Physical Therapist and according to the physician’s plan of care. They provide exercise, instruction, therapeutic methods like electrical stimulation, mechanical traction, and ultrasound; massage; and gait and balance training. Physical Therapist Assistants record the patient's responses to treatment and report the outcome of treatment to the Physical Therapist.

Key Responsibilities:

Provides direct physical therapy according to directions of Physical Therapist and in accordance with the physician's plan of care. Treats patient to relieve pain, develop or restore function, and maintain maximum performance. Directs and aids patients in active and passive therapeutic exercises, muscle reeducation, gait and functional training, transfer activities and prosthetic training. Utilizes physical agents, including, but not be limited to heat, cold, water, light, electricity, ultrasound and massage. Observes and reports to the physical therapist and the Organization personnel the patient’s reaction to treatment and any changes in patient’s condition. Instructs patients in care and use of wheelchairs, braces, crutches, canes, and prosthetic or orthotic devices. Maintains necessary records; clinical notes and conference notes, which will be incorporated into the patient’s clinical record in prescribed time frames. Participates in Organization Home Care Team Members meetings and Organization In-service Education Program.

To Apply: Respond to this post, including a copy of your resume.

More Information: Please contact our Recruitment team at 510-690-1930, or visit our website at

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