Our program has produced 32 graduates, 30 of which have taken and passed the APTA clinical specialist examination in orthopaedics.
The SAU Physical Therapy Department now offers a Certificate in Manual Therapy (CMT), which demonstrates that the practitioner has completed all requirements related to a series of weekend courses in manual therapy.
In conjunction with our clinical partners, we will now admit physical therapists who have earned their DPT from other accredited programs and who have clinical experience prior to starting the residency.
Residents are taking a course related to pain from one of the leading scholars and educators in the study of therapeutic neuroscience and pain.
SAU presented more posters at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT) National Conference than any other program.
Beginning with only two residents in 2006, today we are making steady progress toward expansion of not only the number of students, but also in the number of facilities supporting orthopaedic residency.
Last month, students and faculty attended the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists national conference. SAU had the most poster presentations of any other program or group.
Through the SAU Interprofessional Health Clinic, students and clients get better.
Annual camp helps junior high students discover their calling to a health care career.
Joey McEachern is tracking toward DPT degree while running fast breaks.