Our faculty member/instructor, Brad MacDougall, was recently interviewed for NAIOMT’s “In It Together” blog piece,…
We are pleased to announce the KP Nor Cal Orthopaedic PT Residency is now accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association as a postprofessional residency program for physical therapists in orthopaedics.
Accreditation signifies the highest level of program quality and results. Our community of therapists and patients will benefit for years to come from this accomplishment.
“The Residency was built on the foundation of our prestigious manual therapy fellowship program, which has served as a model for mentoring in the profession for decades,” says Dr. Eric Robertson, program director. “I’m very proud of the entire team and our initial cohort of residents who have all worked so hard to achieve this wonderful result.”
The residency launched in September 2016, and our first cohort will graduate this August. Our residents grow from generalists to highly skilled clinicians, with confidence in advanced interventions and clinical reasoning to quickly solve complex patient problems. Joining our learning community means unparalleled mentoring, being immersed in an innovative clinical environment and working alongside the profession’s top faculty.