Spinal Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner (APP)

An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Leeds community based MSK Service who are looking to recruit highly specialised spinal physiotherapists (APP's) to join the existing MSK Spinal Treatment Service(STS)team.
The post holder will be responsible for clinical triage of spinal referrals via e-referral(on a rota basis) to ensure each patient is placed on the most appropriate care pathway.
Many patients are managed effectively within the MSK Service, and the post holder will have access to request imaging ,refer for spinal injection or obtain Spinal Surgical and Pain MDT opinion.
The post holder will participate in working in an Urgent Spinal MDT Clinical on a rota basis, working in partnership with a consultant spinal surgeon from Leeds Teaching Hospitals.
The work is highly complex, fast paced and it is essential the post holder has significant experience in the assessment and treatment of spinal conditions and is able to work as part of a large citywide MSK service alongside physiotherapists, MSK consultants and in partnership with colleagues in Spinal Surgery, Orthopaedics, Radiology, and specialist Pain Management in LTHT and Leeds Community Pain Service.
The post holder will have a lead role in future clinical development of the Spinal Treatment Service ,ensuring the service delivers high quality, evidence based management of spinal conditions in accordance with citywide and national spinal pathways , whilst developing relationships locally and nationally in the specialist field.
The post holder will be actively involved with training and mentorship and will undertake clinical audit.
The Spinal APP work is complex, highly specialised and fast paced - it is essential the post-holder has :

*Significant post graduate experience/qualifications specific to the specialist field and can demonstrate clinical credibility
*Excellent communication skills and can demonstrate the values and behaviours valued by the Trust
*Experience of delivering training , mentoring colleagues and can demonstrate good clinical leadership
*The ability to work well under pressure and make timely clinical decisions
*Excellent organisational skills
A positive and flexible attitude to dealing with change
*A can do attitude and is a team player
All frontline health and care workers are required to be fully vaccinated against Covid 19 by 1st April 2022. The first dose of the vaccine must be given by 3rd February 2022 in order to meet this deadline.
Applicants for front line roles will be required to provide evidence of vaccination as part of any pre-employment checks.

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