Therapy Careers

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Learn more about therapy jobs and career paths at Brooks Rehabilitation, from daily work life to benefits to career advancement and more.

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Explore everything from what it's like to work at Brooks to specific roles, career advancement, continuing education, and much more.
  • Therapy Careers at Brooks Rehabilitation


    Brooks offers a wide range of therapy services including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and much more. Our therapists receive some of the highest and most intensive training in the country in order to help our patient achieve their highest level of recovery. Our therapy services are offered across our system of care including inpatient, outpatient and skilled nursing.

  • Working in Therapy at Brooks


    Our goal is to restore function and quality of life with an emphasis on maximizing your independence in self-care tasks, mobility, communication and cognition. We partner directly with our patients and families through comprehensive training, equipment selection and hard work to ensure that patients feel prepared and with the resources needed to continue the recovery journey.

  • How Much Do Physical Therapists Make?


    Assessing a physical therapist’s earning potential is just one aspect aspiring therapists use when researching and choosing this career path.

    Learn About PT Compensation

Why Choose a Therapy Career at Brooks?

Brooks Rehabilitation has many outpatient facilities with vast treatment options for occupational therapy throughout the greater Jacksonville, Fernandina, St. Augustine, Palm Coast, Daytona, Orlando, and Tampa regions. Discover why it’s a great place to practice rehabilitative therapy.

Working as a Physical Therapist at Brooks

Physical therapists are movement experts who help you improve your quality of life, regain your motion and function, and reach independence through prescribed exercises, patient education, and hands-on care. They diagnose and treat individuals of all ages, including newborns and people suffering from disabilities, injuries, or other health conditions that need treatment. Physical therapists also care for people who are not necessarily sick but want to maintain their health to avoid future problems.

Keep reading “Working as a Physical Therapist at Brooks” to learn more.

Working as an Occupational Therapist at Brooks

Occupational therapy (OT) is an important part of the healthcare system. This growing field is focused on helping patients to overcome physical obstacles in order to increase their mobility and better participate in activities of daily living. Read on to learn more about OT at Brooks.

Working as a Speech-Language Pathologist at Brooks

The primary mission of a speech-language pathologist is to assist in the expression and understanding of human language. SLPs are experts in the science of communication. They work with people of all ages to prevent, diagnose and treat disorders in speech, language, social, and cognitive communication – and swallowing – whether these challenges are due to illness, surgery or stroke.

Check out “Working as a Speech-Language Pathologist at Brooks” to discover more about this exciting career path.

Working as a Physical Therapist Assistant at Brooks

Physical therapy assistants (PTAs) work under a licensed physical therapist (PT) to provide care and assistance to patients who are relearning movement or other functions, or who are learning to manage pain after an illness or injury. Physical therapy assistants are an integral part of the care team at any medical facility, and can work in a variety of settings.

Read “Working as a Physical Therapist Assistant at Brooks” to learn more.

Therapy Career Advancement and Continuing Education

Providing compassionate caregivers a pathway to a fulfilling role within our network is important to us. We offer our therapy specialists numerous career advancement opportunities, including in rehabilitative and physical therapy careers, physical therapy jobs, rehabilitation therapy positions, and many more. We also support ongoing education for our team members.

What are some tips for applying to a rehabilitation therapy job?

Applying for your first therapy role, and wondering how you can stand out? We have you covered with these resume and interview tips for therapists and nurses. It includes

  • Skills to list on your resume
  • Common interview questions
  • How to apply online for a role at Brooks

What’s it like to work at Brooks?

Rehabilitation therapy can be an exceptionally rewarding path for a medical professional. As a rehabilitation therapist, you will have the opportunity to play a robust role in your patients’ healing. If you’re looking for a career that allows you to connect meaningfully with individuals and see the positive impact you’re making on their lives, then consider a role in our network. We offer a variety of opportunities in inpatient, outpatient, nursing home, and at-home care that allows you to work wherever you connect with patients best.

What kind of degree do I need to get as a physical therapist?

Though in the past a masters was sufficient to practice PT, these days, in order to become a practicing physical therapist in the U.S., you must earn your Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. The required DPT coursework and exams can lead to a rewarding career in a variety of patient care settings. If you’d like to learn more, we offer resources for prospective DPTs:

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Podcasts for Career Therapists

Check out some of our previous podcast episodes with helpful resources for those in a therapy career path.
  • Podcast Ep. #1: Speech Therapy & Aphasia with Jodi Morgan


    On this episode we sit down with Jodi Morgan to discuss her career as a Speech-Language Pathologist and how the Brooks Rehabilitation Aphasia Center started.

    Speech Therapy & Aphasia
  • Podcast Ep. #7: Outpatient Rehabilitation with Victor Derienzo and Sara Cristello


    In this episode, we learn about Brooks Outpatient Rehabilitation from Victor Derienzo, VP of Outpatient and Sara Cristello, PT and Outpatient Services Supervisor.

    Outpatient Rehabilitation
  • Podcast Ep. #14: Music Therapy with Danielle Porter and AJ Denne


    On this episode, we were joined by two of our Music Therapists, Danielle Porter and AJ Denne to discuss the major impact music therapy has on our patients.

    Music Therapy

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