As an Airrosti Provider, you'll be responsible for the evaluation, ongoing assessment, treatment, and management of patients with musculoskeletal injuries and conditions through the use of an evidence based approach. You'll have responsibility for the daily management of your practice environment and supervision of designated support staff. In addition to providing manual therapy, you'll be responsible for the instruction of all therapeutic exercise protocols, application of modalities and functional taping within the Airrosti treatment model.
We hire and train the best of the best. Our Airrosti Providers are well-trained, well-accompanied and well-supported from beginning to end. Our providers receive six weeks of in-depth paid training at our Support Center in San Antonio prior to practicing at Airrosti, as well as extensive ongoing training, support, mentorship, and career growth opportunities.
As an Airrosti Provider, you'll have the best of both worlds. You'll have the opportunity to be independent. You'll manage your own practice, and your efforts will be rewarded for the work you put in. However, unlike traditional practice ownership, you will not be alone. In fact, you'll have an entire support system fully dedicated to your success.
Not only do we strive to provide the best compensation and benefits package in the industry, but we are fully committed to your growth and future success. We support your growth through consistent ongoing training and professional development courses. Several leadership and career development opportunities exist for motivated Providers. Please visit www.airrosti.com/join-our-team to view all current openings.
We're looking for licensed chiropractors with strong interpersonal and communication skills. To be considered you must have a Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) degree (or be in the process of obtaining your Doctor of Chiropractic degree), be passionate about patient care, have exceptional palpation skills with above-average hand/grip strength and have a genuine affinity for soft tissue work (experience in ART, MFR, or similar techniques is preferred). 2+ years of experience as a full-time Chiropractor is preferred but not required.