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Ask yourself, are you ready for a change?

Roberts & Associates Physical Therapy will be partnering with Evidence in Motion and Specialized Physical Therapy Education to launch a hosted orthopedic residency program.  If you value practice diversity, a commitment to research-based practice, and working in an environment that promotes personal and professional growth, please contact us. We are currently accepting resumes for the following position:

Physical Therapist – Orthopedic Residency

Roberts & Associates will be partnering with Evidence in Motion  to launch a hosted orthopedic residency program at our Wisconsin Rapids location starting in 2015.  We also will be offering an orthopedic residency through Specialized Physical Therapy Education starting in 2015.   Once the orthopedic residency has been completed, Roberts & Associates would consider sponsoring the candidate for the Orthopedic Clinical Specialty certification through the American Board of Advanced Physical Therapy Specialties.  We are a very progressive 9 year old clinic with a primary focus on manual and aquatic therapy.  In addition to the residency program, we are looking at expanding and or creating additional specialty areas of practice including a woman’s health program, re-launch of our assisted living based therapy and industrial medicine and wellness. Our ideal candidate would have a passion for patient care, as well as a desire to continually progress the profession of physical therapy.

If you are interested in becoming our next orthopedic resident, please send a resume or CV to Dr. Brett Roberts as listed below.

From Dr. Kelly Ashbeck, DPT, OCS – Director of Clinical Residency: 

“I have a passion for this profession and I’m excited to bring this passion to RAPT.  My top priority is always my patients and I understand the responsibility behind helping you regain your quality of life.  I also understand that there are often many dimensions surrounding the symptoms you seek treatment for and it is my responsibility to fully understand each dimension in order for you to get the professional treatment you deserve.

Finally as the Director of Residency Training, it is mine and Dr. Roberts responsibility to ensure you will always get the best, most evidence based, treatments our profession has to offer.  If you also have a passion for our profession, we look forward to discussing the culture of our clinic and our orthopedic residency program.”

 Patient Care Coordinator – Amherst and Berlin locations.

This might be opportunity knocking for you!

Our vision as a company is to make a positive and significant impact on the daily lives of our patients and society as a whole. Simply said, we want to help people to “Get Moving, Keep Moving, and Enjoy Life!” The Amherst location will be a dual role of patient care coordination for our physical therapy clinic and a customer service role for Inertia Fitness our 24 hour fitness center. In Berlin, our open position is for our patient care coordinator role.

If you are interested in joining our Amherst or Berlin clinic as a patient care coordinator, please email your resume to and

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