PT Jobs in Dallas Texas

Physical therapy jobs in Dallas Texas, Dallas Texas jobs

Are you currently looking to take your physical therapy career to the next level? Achieve Physical therapy and Performance gives individuals an opportunity to continue their education under the direct mentorship of experienced clinicians, directors, and successful business owners. You will get hands-on training in both the clinical and administrative elements needed to manage a successful outpatient clinic in today’s healthcare market.

We at Achieve Physical Therapy and Performance are committed to assisting patients in achieving their maximum performance. We use Integrated Performance Rehab, a method that combines modern cutting-edge technology, manual skills, and creative and innovative exercise regimens. We treat a variety of orthopedic, neurological, and general conditions. We are also experts in post-operative rehabilitation.


















Our owner Steve Long, who previously held the position of head athletic trainer at Northwestern University in Chicago and assistant athletic trainer for the Chicago Bears and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has a broad range of experience and great knowledge in sports medicine. Our team has over half a century of combined physical therapy expertise. We make a consistent effort to provide an effective physical therapy experience in a friendly and inviting atmosphere for each of our patients.

We recognize individuals have a choice as to where they receive physical therapy and where they choose to continue and practice their profession. However, we take pride in being one of the favorite places people choose to come to due to our reputation in the community. Additionally, we also operate in a direct access state, where a physician referral is not needed for you to be seen by one of our licensed therapists.

A few of our clinics have immediate positions open. We are seeking proactive, skilled caregivers that are passionate about healing.

Job Openings in Dallas Texas:

    • Clinical Director Physical Therapist
    • Physical Therapist Assistant
    • Full-time Physical Therapist
    • Athletic Trainer
    • Medical Receptionist

All eight of our locations have a team who are enthusiastic about their jobs and dedicated to helping their patients have the best outcome. Find a location near you here. 

Here are a few of their favorite things about being a physical therapist.

The human body is so fascinating.

The human body is the most complex physical structure known. It is truly amazing how efficiently it works. Our desire to help people and our interest in human anatomy and physiology led us to become physical therapists. We were all curious about how the human body functioned and have enjoyed getting to continue learning about how we can help others recover from an injury. Every human being is continuously changing to reach their full human potential. To achieve this, humans need to focus on their physical well-being as well as their inner self.

We make a difference in our patient’s lives.

When our patients are undergoing a recovery process, we get to witness a level of perseverance and willpower that many other people don’t get to experience on a regular basis. Knowing we played a part in helping our patients get back to an active and pain-free lifestyle brings us a reward and a sense of joy.

Every day is a new opportunity to further our education.

This field allows us to not only advance our knowledge but also enables us to teach our patients all our expertise to best serve them. We show them everything from how to overcome challenges, adapt to change, and achieve their goals. By educating our patients about their bodies we are helping them improve their quality of life.

It is so rewarding.

It is so rewarding to see the joy on an athlete’s face when they can return to the sport they love after suffering an injury. We get to form relationships with our patients in a fun atmosphere that allows our patients to trust us to get them back to playing their favorite sports. Our patients are aware that while the road to recovery is not always easy, it is ultimately worthwhile.