Athletic Therapist: One Year, Full-time Maternity Leave

CDI Injury Recovery Centre Ltd.

Starting date: Mid-December 2021

Founded in 1998, CDI is Southeast Saskatchewan’s first Athletic Therapy Clinic.  This multidisciplinary rehabilitation centre includes a central location in Moosomin, Sask. and two satellite clinics in Esterhazy, Sask. and Russell, Man. CDI offers athletic therapy, acupuncture, functional capacity evaluations, massage therapy and reflexology. The company employs three certified athletic therapists with a 2500-square-foot, Moosomin facility housing two large therapy rooms, three massage/reflexology rooms, large gym, reception area, staff room and public washrooms.

Job Description:

Athletic therapist: Qualified candidate will be in good standing with the CATA and SATA and provide high quality, therapy and rehabilitation services. This includes the ability to assess physical function and treat any dysfunction caused by the pain/injury/condition in order to develop, maintain, maximize independence and prevent re-injury

Reporting to insurance companies/referring physicians

Daily charting

Design back to work and sport programs

Reception/customer service skills

Ability to travel

Basic office maintenance

Positional Requirements:

CATA certified – Must present certificate and malpractice insurance during interview process and said certification/insurance must be maintained throughout the duration of employment

CPR/1st responder certified – must present certificate and maintain throughout employment

Excellent patient communication and care skills

Dedicated professional that is motivated, proactive and has a positive, patient attitude



Aesthetically inspiring work environment

Growth potential

Team atmosphere that can mentor and provide support

Training with online Quickbooks, Jane scheduler and Medbridge exercise programs with gen7 IPAD and clinic desktop computer

Saskatchewan Workers Compensation Insured

Free and close parking for all the clinics

How to apply:

Send resume with references to