Our curriculum is focused on preparing you for all scenarios you may see as a physical therapist, packing in years of training into a 14-month orthopedic physical therapy residency.

Working side-by-side with our physical therapists, we'll train you to treat more than 50 primary health conditions, including conditions in the nervous (like carpal tunnel syndrome) and the complete musculoskeletal system. See a full listing of what you'll learn during the physical therapy residency.

Inpatient Rotation

We believe that seeing where patients come from prior to arriving at an rehabilitation facility gives physical therapists more empathy for their patients while also giving them a clinical look at acute-care treatment. Residents will watch the surgeries that they will be helping patients recover from, getting a first-hand view of the trauma the human body goes through during surgery.

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Outpatient Rotations

Sports Medicine Rotation

During this rotation, you'll gain experience working with patients recovering from sports-related injuries, whether or not those injuries required a surgery.

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Hospital-Based Outpatient Clinic

Our hospital-based outpatient clinic sees a variety of patients, from those with sports-related injuries to those who are focused on resuming everyday activities.

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