22/03 Shivani Singh
HR Executive at Qi Spine Clinic

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QI Spine Clinic - Physiotherapist/Spine Consultant - BPT/MPT (0-5 yrs)

Kolkata Job Code: 5935

Job Summary :

Qi Spine clinics- transform and improve the lives of hundreds of patients suffering from back and neck pain across the country every day. QI Spine Clinic, India's first chain of clinics dedicated to Spine Rehabilitation by an expert team of Spine Specialists ranked #1 in 4 cities by Times Of India Survey for 2 Consecutive Years 2018 in Mumbai, Delhi, Gurgaon, Bangalore and Kolkata. With over 300 spine specialists, and an expert orthopedic panel comprising of India's leading spine surgeons, we are the world's largest team of medical professionals dedicated to understanding, researching, diagnosing and treating spinal disorders. QI Spine Clinic is part of the parent company Arenja Holdings that specializes in the promotion and incubation of Greenfield healthcare ventures & real estate. We are a company which believes strongly in the philosophy of - promote from within- ; that all our leaders are people who have grown with us since our inception is a testimony to this fact.

Location: Chandigarh

Website: www.qispine.com

Responsibilities and Duties

1) Diagnosing and treating patients with musculoskeletal problems

2) Working Hours: Mon to Sat 8-4 PM and 12-8 PM flexible with both shifts mandatory

3) Fluency in English is a must

Chandigarh being our new Clinic in Punjab candidate must be open to relocate to Mumbai for three months (Travel Tickets and Accommodation will be provided). Please ensure you go through our Company Website before applying.

Qualifications and Skills

1) Must have at least 1-2 years- experience in practicing physiotherapy and treating patients with musculoskeletal problems

2) Fresher can also apply.

3) Bachelors in Physiotherapy (with 6 months internship) or Masters in physiotherapy

Benefits :

PF, ESIC, Gratuity & ICICI Lombard Mediclaim insurance

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