Dec 02, 2021

Rehabilitation Veterinarian

  • DeLand, FL, USA
Full time Veterinarian

Job Description

Are you looking for a career change in veterinary medicine? Do you enjoy working on patients with orthopedic injuries or neurologic disease? Have you heard of Veterinary Rehabilitation?

Becoming a rehabilitation veterinarian may provide you the change you were looking for. 40-hour work weeks with lunch and no emergency calls. Rehabilitation medicine allows you to develop long-lasting meaningful relationships with your patients and their owners. You are given ample time to perform thorough physical exams, determine a diagnosis, and create treatment plans to help your patient’s improve mobility and quality of life. Even better, there is no lab work to look over or call backs to make at the end of your busy day.

Florida Veterinary Rehabilitation (FVR) in DeLand, Florida is looking for an associate Rehabilitation Veterinarian to join our rapidly growing team. Certification in acupuncture or rehabilitation (DVM with CCRP/CCRT and CVA) is preferred, but an interest in the field of rehabilitation will be considered with additional training provided. 

Why Florida Veterinary Rehabilitation (FVR)?

Rehabilitation-Only Focus, Support & Expertise

  • FVR is a state of the art, standalone facility that offers Piezowave 2 shockwave, Companion Duo laser, Oasis underwater treadmill, Assisi PEMF mats, and Lumify 12-4 linear transducer portable ultrasound. A full workout gym with multiple exam rooms with rubberized flooring, lavender diffusers, and gentle music provide a perfect and relaxed setting for patients. 
  • FVR is a partner-practice of Veterinary Rehabilitation & Orthopedic Medicine Partners (VROMP), a practice group focused solely on strategic and mindful growth and ongoing support of rehab-focused practices and teams.
  • Achieve greater work-life balance within a rehabilitation-only private practice facility.
  • High-Growth Practice: The practice is currently in a high growth phase with present unique opportunities for existing and new team members.
  • Dr. Lisa Mason leads the team at FVR and will provide mentorship to the new associate veterinarian. Our support staff are certified in rehabilitation, animal chiropractic, fitness, and massage.

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