Integrated Treatment Services is a rapidly growing company and we are frequently recruiting for positions throughout the United Kingdom.

We work with 1:1 clients in both the paediatric and adult fields within community clinics, schools and the client’s home. We also work with dozens of schools throughout London and the UK. Our therapists are contracted to work within our schools settings, and our community and clinic therapists are recruited to work within their local area; offering them the maximum flexibility to build a caseload which suits them.

You can view our current physiotherapy vacancies below.

London Physiotherapist Vacancies

Physiotherapist required for postcode areas DA8 and BR2

The following is a brief on the requirements of the 1-2 days per week:

  • Independently managing a caseload of approximately 25-30 college pupils age 16-19 years with Special Educational Needs as an autonomous practitioner and providing Physiotherapy as outlined in their individual Educational Health Care Plans.
  • Providing written reports where appropriate for contributing to EHC plans and transition from college to further placements for pupils with a variety of diagnosis including ASD, ADHD, complex physical needs, dyspraxia and developmental delay.
  • Individual assessments, direct intervention and advice.
  • Advice and provision of specialist equipment or adaptations to the college environment.
  • Reviews and progress summary reports contributing to academic year annual reviews.
  • Communication with pupils, their families and teaching staff to identify goals.
  • Devising individual therapy targets and programmes to facilitate achieving EHC plan therapy goals.
  • Training and advice for teaching assistants and teachers on topics.
  • Writing safety guidelines for recommended equipment.
  • Collaborative treatment sessions with Speech and Language Therapists and Occupational Therapy professionals.
  • Attending meetings with senior college staff, teachers and Ta’s to discuss Physiotherapy needs of individual pupils.
  • Monitoring, evaluating and modifying as appropriate, interventions for pupils with multiple and/or complex needs to measure progress and ensure effectiveness of intervention.
  • Referrals to community services and working collaboratively with other health professionals involved in individual pupil care i.e. Learning Disabilities Team.
  • The physiotherapist should preferably have own supervision in place. They need their own insurance and equipment.

If you cannot find a vacancy suitable for you but you would like to find out more about joining our team and becoming a member of our therapist bank, please get in touch by completing our careers enquiry form indicating clearly your clinical and geographical preferences.