We are a fun, relaxed Physical Therapy clinic looking for...

A Dedicated, Personable And Enthusiastic Physical Therapist/Physical Therapist Assistant!

If You Enjoy:


  • Working in an environment where the client ALWAYS comes first thus giving you the control necessary to execute the BEST possible care.
  • An employer dedicated to your continued learning, professional development, and happiness.
  • Having a truly pivotal role in a company that helps active people stay fit, healthy and mobile while avoiding medications, injections and surgery.
  • Learning and taking initiative

This Could Be The Perfect Position For You!

About Us

Before we dive into roles and responsibilities, let me provide a brief background on the company and why this position is going to be so important...

Piedmont Physical Therapy, Inc first began it's existence as Mizener Physical Therapy back in 1971 as the first outpatient physical therapy clinic in Manassas. The founder, David Mizener, practiced for 38 years before retiring in 2009.

In 1997 I began working for David. Twelve years later, my dreams of ownership came true when I purchased the practice. Other than changing the business name, everything remained the same. In 2003 we moved to our current location on Rixlew Lane in Manassas.

David E. Ebbecke

PT, DPT, MBA, OCS
President and Owner


Since 1997, David has been helping individuals in Prince William County overcome pain and disability.  Following in the footsteps of his friend and mentor, David S. Mizener, David took ownership of Piedmont Physical Therapy, Inc. (formerly Mizener, Ebbecke & Associates) in 2009, and continues to see patients in the clinic daily.

David had his sights set on a career in the healthcare field from a young age.  He chose physical therapy after witnessing the positive impact it had on his father who was suffering from a painful shoulder injury.

Drawing from an extensive background in orthopedics and sports rehabilitation, David integrates his skills as a manual therapist and exercise specialist to assist patients in living a life without pain and reliance on pain medication.  He has published numerous articles on managing and avoiding common musculoskeletal injuries.

David’s Credentials & Practice Experience:

  • Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) from Shenandoah University in 1996.
  • Certification in Manual Therapy (MTC) from The University of St. Augustine in 2001.
  • Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from Shenandoah University in 2004.
  • Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) certification in 2006 recognizing advanced clinical proficiency in orthopedic physical therapy practice.
  • Took ownership of Piedmont Physical Therapy, Inc. in 2009.
  • Certified practitioner in Trigger Point Dry Needling from Kinetacore in 2013.
  • Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Level III golf fitness instructor certification (Medical) in 2014.

Growing Our Clinic (Job Description)

I’ve been a full-time physical therapist for as long as I've owned this practice and I’m absolutely buried in patient care and administrative duties that keep me from executing the important marketing and procedural systems the company really needs to grow effectively.

Over the past 9 months or so, I have intensified and really focused my efforts in making Piedmont Physical Therapy "The Clinic of Choice" that gives its patients the best overall EXPERIENCE they've ever had with any healthcare office (...and I don't make that statement lightly).

At Piedmont Physical Therapy our mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of our patients by delivering the best health care possible - and to be recognized as a trusted source of advice for people in our community who want answers to concerning questions about how to rebuild their health.

As a PT/PTA on staff you will have a huge a role in the growth and success of our practice.

Treating patients with my hands has been the primary focus of my career but I never discount the importance of therapeutic or corrective exercise, and all of our patients are taught a home self-treatment program to support what we do in the clinic.

Documentation must be in accordance with the State Practice Act and be sufficient if legal issues arise.

Clinically, we're looking for a manual therapist. Someone who has "great hands" and likes use them on their patients. Having training in manual therapy, dry needling, myofascial release, massage therapy, etc beyond what is taught in PT school is advantageous, but definitely not required.

A willingness to learn and be mentored is essential.

Having a natural ability with your hands is a must. I’ve known PTs who have taken significant continuing education in manual therapies but lacked a natural ability with their hands. Some things can be taught and some things unfortunately cannot. I’m looking for that person who has always been told they have “great hands.”

So you will bring your own skill set but we'll be teaching you a large number of manual techniques and ways to optimize patient interactions and experiences. I’m a fan of having a big clinical “toolbox” and do not subscribe to any one physical therapy school/methodology as being better than all others. So get ready to learn!

But there's something even more important than your manual/PT skills: your personality and interpersonal skills. In my opinion, if you can't "win over" a patient via your conversations and interactions, it almost doesn't matter how good you are with your hands and therex prescription. The right person for this job will learn to assess and skillfully respond to the wide variety of personailty types that visit our clinic, "meeting them where they're at" to build great rapport with every patient.

Part of your job responsibilities will include occasional reading clinical-related books/articles as well as business-related content.

So I’m obviously looking for someone who is passionate about learning and wise enough to know there will always be much more to learn … regardless of age or experience. And in our clinic, the learning, training, and practicing will not only be about improving clinical skills but also about improving your ability to create of an incredible experience for every patient (and that experience goes very far beyond just the results you get for them with your PT skills).

Some other things to help you decide if this position is a good fit for you:

This clinic’s population is quite diverse and evenly spread among gender and age. Plenty of weekend warriors, desk jockeys, high school athletes, and middle-aged highly-driven people trying to stay active and fit. Our patients are amazing! Many of them have become like family to us.

There will be other regular marketing tasks (blog/video creation, community/athletic events and workshops, etc.) you’ll be responsible for as well, but everything will always be manageable within a 40 hour work week.

This position will be perfect for someone who has great hands-on skills and a compassionate, joyful outlook on life. Someone who is looking for an environment where high quality care and patient experience is truly the top priority (not just part of a mission statement)

If all the above has made you excited about this job, here is a detailed "success description" outlining all the details of what being successful in this position will look like ...

Here are the primary characteristics a candidate must have for this important role in our company:

  • A warm and calming demeanor and an affinity towards communicating comfortably with new people and making them feel welcome.
  • Natural empathy and compassion for those in pain
  • Willingness to learn and implement feedback
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Self-Starter
  • Fantastic hands-on & manual skills
  • Graduate of an accredited physical therapy program

What Can We Do For You...

  • Provide a work environment where the best interests of client are ALWAYS top priority in the delivery of care. We are NOT a corporate PT office. Never have been, never will be.
  • A competitive salary ($65,000-$90,000) based on job title, combination of performance, experience and what you "bring" to the practice
  • SIMPLE IRA with 3% employer match
  • Medical insurance benefits with employer contribution
  • PTO commensurate with years of experience and paid holidays
  • Continuing education benefits
  • Management/leadership opportunities for the right applicant. I'm searching for an applicant who can assist me not only the successful day to day operations of the clinic, but also strategic planning and program implementation to foster growth of the practice

How To Apply...

Thank you for your interest in the position! To apply, please send me an email (dave@piedmontpt.com), and follow these specific directions:

1) Use the Subject Line: "PT/PTA Opportunity"

2) Within the email, please write a few sentences as to why you feel you are a great fit for this position. I would also like for you to tell me about the last time you had a big "win" in the clinic and how you made the client very happy.

3) Attach your resume as a PDF file.

Thank you so much for your interest in this position.

I hope to meet you soon!

~ David