The UF Health Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency is in the Candidacy stage of residency accreditation by the American Physical Therapy Association as a post-professional residency program for physical therapists in Orthopedics specialty practice.
The mission of the UF Health Physical Therapy Orthopedic Residency is to develop advanced practitioners of evidence-based musculoskeletal practice who will demonstrate excellence in patient care across the realm of orthopedics. Graduates will contribute to the practice of orthopedic physical through professional leadership, education, community service, and clinical research.
General Residency Overview
A physical therapy clinical residency is a planned post-professional program intended to significantly advance the resident’s preparation as a provider of patient care services in a defined area of clinical practice. A clinical residency combines opportunities for ongoing clinical supervision and mentoring with a theoretical basis for advanced practice and scientific inquiry.
A physical therapy clinical residency occurs after the graduate physical therapist has obtained his/her license to practice. A residency candidate must be licensed as a physical therapist in the state where the program is located. For more information about residency programs, visit http://www.abptrfe.org/ResidencyPrograms/About/.
We have our first resident currently enrolled in the program with intended graduation occurring in 8/2021
For more information
Scott Greenberg, PT, DPT, CSCS
Clinical Operations Specialist
UF Health Sports Physical Therapy Residency Director
UF Health Rehab Center - Shands Hospital