Thank you for your interest in a career at LifeQuest Physical Medicine and Rehab! We are located in Chandler, Arizona (NE Corner of Ray & McQueen). The professionals who work at LifeQuest Physical Medicine and Rehab are well educated and truly care about the well being of each and every patient. After all, our knowledgeable and friendly staff are the backbone of our practice. We are always looking for hard-working individuals that believe in an integrated approach to join our team. At LifeQuest Physical Medicine and Rehab ensuring that are patient's are receiving the best care and customer service is of the upmost importance to us. We are currently accepting applications for qualified candidates for the following:
Part-Time Positions Include:
Event Massage Therapist - L.M.T./C.A.
If you would like to learn more about part-time opportunities available, please email your resume to: [email protected]
Full-Time Positions Include:
Chiropractic Doctor - D.C.
Medical Doctor - M.D.
Physician Assistant - PA-C
Licensed Massage Therapist - L.M.T./C.A.
Medical Assistant - M.A.
Chiropractic Assistant/Exercise Tech - C.A.
Medical Billing and Coding
Receptionist/Front Office Support
Patient Care Coordinator - C.A.
Director of Marketing & Events
If you would like to learn more about full-time opportunities available, please email your resume to: [email protected]
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"I have had sciatic pain for years! throwing hundreds of dollars for massages that only temporarily helped. Dr. Scharf understood sciatic and back pain personally and has helped me find a long term solution. I have less pain, more energy and a better understanding of how to manage my sciatic. This is the office to go to if you want long term relief."
Kellen E. Chandler, AZ
"I like the chiropractor because he has helped me a lot. It has helped keep my spine straight."
Joey S. (age 4 1/2)
"Thank you Dr. Scharf and Breinn! My neck feels so much better than when I first came in about 3 months ago. What a difference and I have been to many great chiropractors. None have been able to bring progressively better & better long last relief to my neck. The traction REALLY made a big difference!"