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Joseph E. Hale
07-18-1996, 08:29 PM
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ALL INQUIRIES REGARDING THE FOLLOWING POSITION SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO THE
ADDRESS LISTED AT END OF THIS ANNOUNCEMENT. PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS
EMAIL ADDRESS.

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JOYNER SPORTSMEDICINE INSTITUTE, Inc., a recognized leader in orthopedic and
sports rehabilitation is looking for a Director of Biomechanical Research to
develop an exciting research environment at a company noted for innovation
in physical therapy and excellence in patient care. This position will head
up a new research foundation to be based out of Lexington, KY. Since this
is a new position and a new entity, this position is viewed as a very
dynamic, ever-changing one.

The 'Mission" of the Research Foundation is to utilize the most current
research in the respective domains of Sports Medicine: Orthopaedics,
Physical Therapy, Athletic Training, Biomechanics, and Exercise Physiology
to advance the treatment and enhance the performance and functional outcomes
of both athletes and non-athletes alike. Further, it is the goal of the
'Research Foundation' to produce research that is functionally relevant to
all domains and can be readily used by those working in each of those
domains to improve the quality of life of those people who seek our service.
To this end, the 'Research Foundation' shall strive to produce physical
research related to optimum performance of the human body, optimum training
techniques, and control of both external and internal forces acting on the
human body. The work of the 'Research Foundation' shall help to advance and
guide the clinical model of the field of Sports Medicine and all of its
disciplines.

Position responsibilities include the following:
1. Develop a research environment and policies and procedures with the
assistance of the C.O.O. and through the B.O.D.
2. Work with the C.O.O. and the B.O.D. of the Research Foundation to
establish
6 and 12 month goals.
3. Plan for acquisition of new equipment and utilization of existing
equipment
specifically to meet the goals of planned research.
4. Work with UK research lab on equipment use and joint projects.
5. Coordinate and drive research projects using C.O.O. as a resource and to
help coordinate the role of Kentucky Sports Medicine MD's, JOYNER
SPORTSMEDICINE employees, and others interested in joint projects.

Qualifications include a PhD in Biomechanics, Physical Therapy or Anatomy,
three to five years of research experience in an education or medical
setting with an orientation towards sports medicine or movement science.

We offer a comprehensive compensation package which includes: top salaries,
relocation assistance, top benefits, 100% continuing ed, state-of-the-art
facilities and unparalleled professional support. For further information,
contact Mike Gaudette, MSPT-Regional Director of Operations at:

JOYNER SPORTSMEDICINE INSTITUTE, Inc.
601 Perimeter Drive, Suite 110
Lexington, KY 40517
tel: (606) 335-0110 fax: (606) 269-3318