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Exercise Rehabilitation Specialist Salary

An Exercise Rehabilitation Specialist earns an average wage of $13.19 per hour.

$8.97 - $29.38
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MEDIAN: $13.00
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$19,083 - $58,761  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 2 May 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 23

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Job Description for Exercise Rehabilitation Specialist

  • Administer active and passive manual therapeutic exercises.
  • Observe patients during treatment to compile and evaluate data on progress.
  • Instruct, safeguard and assist patients practicing exercises and functional activities.
  • Create, implement, and help maintain exercise and lifestyle goals for patients following treatment for disease, injury or health issues.
  • Record treatment given and equipment used.

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What is it like working as an Exercise Rehabilitation Specialist?

Exercise Rehabilitation Specialist in Rochelle:
"Exciting Patients."
Pros: The people and co-workers. You get to know your patients and it's great to come to work and be able to have fun and work at the same time. I love working out and getting my patients to workout as well and when they notice their jeans fitting better or no back pain when they wake up in the morning. I enjoy the little accomplishments of my patients and the excitement in their voices.
Cons: The hours are not the greatest, but I get to workout on my lunch or run errands. Just wish we got off a little earlier at least a couple times a week. Also, wish we had benefits and better pay. I don't like having to come in Friday when we are closed to catch up on my notes because I don't get paid for that, but it needs to be done and sometimes towards the end of the day I don't have time because I have too many patients.

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Job Satisfaction

Highly satisfied
Rated 4 out of 5
based on 14 votes.

Gender

Female
50 %
Male
50 %

Years of Experience

Less than 1 year
13%
1-4 years
41%
5-9 years
31%
10-19 years
9%
20 years or more
6%

Common Health Benefits

medical benefits Medical: 53% dental benefits Dental: 37%
vision benefits Vision: 23% employee benefits None: 43%
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