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Physical Therapist May 2020

Location:
Spokane, WA
Posted:
March 21, 2020

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James Scott Basham

**** **** ****** ****., ********* AFB, Washington 99011 210-***-**** adcebc@r.postjobfree.com

Objective: To provide physical therapy services to assist patients in achieving their highest potential

Education

DOCTORATES OF PHYSICAL THERAPY GRADUATE MAY 2020 MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY

·Favorite Classes: Cardiopulmonary, Integumentary, Musculoskeletal, Anatomy

BACHELORS OF SCIENCE MAY 2017 MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY

·Major: Exercise Science and Sports Movement (Pre-Professional)

ASSOCIATES SEPTEMBER 2012 COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF THE AIR FORCE

·Major: Applied Science Avionic System Technology

Professional Certifications

Board Certified Exercise Physiologist

Exam Date: March 2017

American Heart Association

Basic Life Support (BLS) for the Healthcare Provider: May 2019—Present

LSVT BIG Parkinson’s Disease certification

Date: January 2020

Duties and Responsibilities

Physical Therapy Clinical Experience

THUNDER PHYSICAL THERAPY “OUTPATIENT” SPOKANE VALLEY, WA JAN 2019- FEB 2019

·Observe and study under Kelsey Barks PT, DPT

·Evaluate and treat adult and geriatric patients with wide variety of primary medical diagnosis including orthopedic, neurologic and internal medicine.

·Determine current level of function and prognosis of patients to return to prior level of function

·Completed all proper documentation according to Medicare and insurance requirements and monitored the duration and frequency of treatment sessions also according to insurance requirements.

·Reevaluate and discharge patients at the end of care

CONCENTRA URGENT CARE “OUTPATIENT” BEDFORD HEIGHTS, OH OCT 2019- DEC 2019

·Observe and study under Carmen Markley PT

·Evaluate and treat patients with work related injuries as directed by doctor’s orders from the center or outside services.

· Determine current level of function and prognosis of patients for return to work

·Reevaluate and discharge patients at the end of care

COLONIAL MEDICAL HOSPITAL “SKILLED NURSING” BUFFALO, MO APRIL 2019- MAY 2019

·Observe and study under Ashley Hernandez PT, DPT in evaluating, treating, and developing a plan of care

·Determined current level of function and prognosis of patients to achieve functional levels

·Reevaluated and discharge patients at the end of care

COXHEALTH SOUTH “ACUTE CARE” SPRINGFIELD, MO OCTOBER 2018-DECEMBER 2018

·Observe and study under Matt Shurtz PT, DPT in evaluating and assessing patients

·Evaluated and treated patients with a wide range of conditions including orthopedic, neurologic and complex medical cases in acute setting and the Transitional Care Unit.

·Determine level of safety and plan of care for to return to highest level of function

·Refer patients to skilled nursing, at home health, and outpatient therapy based on examinations and safety

·Prepared and briefed the tasks and responsibilities of an acute care setting

BANNER PHYSICAL THERAPY “OUTPATIENT” SCOTTSDALE, AZ JULY 2018- AUGUST 2018

·Observe and study under Vincent Bradley PT, DPT in evaluating, treatment, and developing a plan of care

·Evaluate and treat patients under the supervision of a licensed physical therapist

·Prepared and briefed a system review of low back pain and outcomes related to plan of care

Work History

PHYSICAL THERPAY AID, JOHNSON’S PHYSICAL THERAPY CLINIC MAY. 2016-AUG 2016

·Ensure proper mechanics, repetitions, and resistance of exercises were completed as prescribed by physical therapist

·Maintain sanitary and safe working conditions to provide the highest level of care

SHIFT LEADER, NON COMMISIONED OFFICER UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AUG. 2012-JUNE 2014

·Directed 5-7 personnel in the operation of scheduled and unscheduled aircraft maintenance.

·Updated operation logs, inspected records, aircraft forms, and automated maintenance systems of aircraft

·Verify professional development training of avionics personnel

DYNAMIC COMPONENT REPAIR TECHNICIAN UNITED STATES AIR FORCE JUNE 2008-AUG. 2012

·Install, inspect, test, adjust, or repair avionics equipment, such as radar, radio, and navigation systems

·Repair and or replace damaged aircraft parts extending life expectancy in accordance to military standards

·Maintain inventory stock items eliminating delivery down time to promote operational effectiveness

·Reviews maintenance data collection summaries to determine trends and efficiency of production

Skills & Abilities

LEADERSHIP

·Completed Airman Leadership School enhancing skills to manage personnel and communicate effectively.

·Presented data and diagrams of quarterly/annual reports of cost avoidance and funds generated by the Air Force Repair Enhancement Program to the Maintenance Group Commander.

·Coordinated with flight line superintendent to properly schedule maintenance of aircraft operations to prevent unnecessary down time misuse of military personnel and resources.

AWARDS

·Good Conduct Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster 2014; Performing 6 years of honorable military service without reprimand.

·Commandant Leadership Award; 2013. Selected by peers and instructors for displaying effective leadership qualities.

·Air Force Achievement Medal 2010; Completed 55 Honor Guard details while active in normal Air Force responsibilities



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