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Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Clinical Residency Program

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The Physical Therapy Department of St. Ambrose University (SAU) began offering a clinical residency program in orthopaedic physical therapy in 2006. This 12 month post-professional program is based upon the criteria set forth for credentialing by the American Physical Therapy Association and the Description of Specialty Practice in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy.

Program Mission

The mission of the SAU orthopaedic residency program is to prepare licensed physical therapists with advanced knowledge and clinical practice skills in the specialty area of orthopaedic physical therapy. Further, the program will enhance clinical reasoning skills, provide experience in teaching and presenting, reinforce use of best evidence in practice, and facilitate life-long learning.

Therapists that successfully complete the 6 course sequence may use the designation MTC - Manual Therapist Certified.

For more information, contact Kevin Farrell, PT, PhD, OCS, FAAOMPT at farrellkevin@sau.edu or 563/333-6405. You can also contact the PT Office at 563/333-6403.