Residency Training programs

The orthopaedic residency program was established in 2012. Through this residency training, it allows physical therapists advanced training in the field of orthopedics in which they are then able to sit for a board certification through the APTA and obtain the certification of OCS.

Emory University’s Neurologic Residency Program is anticipated to begin taking students Fall semester of 2013. The program is currently being developed and will provide residents with the skills and knowledge needed to become board certified Neurologic Clinical Specialists. Throughout the program students will have rich opportunities to provide specialized care in neurologic physical therapy across a continuum of clinical settings, to receive mentoring in the clinic from practicing clinical specialists, to teach and assess students in Emory’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program and to participate in advance coursework related to neurologic physical therapy.