Jobs at Agility Spine and Sports Physical Therapy

Agility is a growing PT-owned company with 5 clinics in Tucson. We are looking for the exceptional PT who wants to grow with us, become part of our culture/team, and learn to be an outstanding practitioner. We do not offer a cookie-cutter approach to care. We do not make you see 20+ patients per day. We want a great personality to join us who wants to be with an outstanding group.

We will train new grads by offering mentorship. You will learn from great PT’s, great treatment approaches. You will be able to gain valuable experience by working with our group of professionals. Many of our physical therapists have sustained long-lasting relationships in this field and are eager to assist newcomers in any way they can.

We offer leadership/ manager training for those who want to be a clinic leader.

We will give you autonomy with your treatment plans as long as it is evidence-based.

We will reward you with a competitive salary and give you the opportunity to earn incentives.

We offer a lot of Co-ed reimbursement and have courses at our facility to provide professional growth.

We currently expect to hire Physical Therapists in the months ahead. Send your resume to to get your career rolling in the right direction. We are a family organization and want to find the perfect for any of the jobs at Agility we have available.

Back pain can be caused by poor posture, lack of exercise, or injuries. However, back pain physical therapy can significantly improve your quality of life by understanding the causes of your pain and what steps are needs to improve it or eliminate it completely.

Back pain can be categorized into three different types: acute, recurrent, and chronic.  Acute pain is pain that lasts less than three months, recurrent pain is acute pain that continuously returns, and chronic pain is any pain lasting more than three months.

Back pain most often occurs due to overuse, strain, or injury. Excessive bending, twisting, lifting, or sitting can be common causes.

If you are currently experiencing lower back pain, it is important to stay active and to continue your normal routine. Bed rest that lasts longer than one day can slow down recovery. If pain lasts more than a few days or if your pain worsens, schedule an appointment to see our physical therapist.

Back pain physical therapy has become the most preferred method of treatment. At your first appointment, our physical therapist with perform an initial evaluation that includes:

  • Your health history
  • Questions about your specific symptoms
  • Identifying posture, flexibility, muscle strength, joint mobility, or movement problems
  • Assessment of how you use your body on a daily basis


If you are experiencing back pain, come get help from one of our excellent physical therapists and find the relief you need through back pain physical therapy.