RESULTS PHYSICAL THERAPY SPORTS RESIDENCY
The mission of the Results Physical Therapy Sports Residency program is to educate, inspire, and motivate physical therapists to become an integral member of the multi-disciplinary sports medicine team acquiring knowledge through advanced didactic, clinical skills, and on-field injury management. Residents of the Results Physical Therapy Sports Residency program will abide by the core values of the APTA, learn how to be successful in a private practice sports setting, learn the art of communication within the sports medicine team, and learn to effectively treat the athlete from an acute injury to return to sport.
TRAINING & CURRICULUM
Residents will have a multitude of experiences including on-field injury management within the college and professional setting, rounds with leading orthopedic surgeons, didactic experiences with Family Medicine and Sports Medicine Residents, Certified Strength & Conditioning prep course (16 weeks), gain experience treating a sports oriented patient population (youth, collegiate & professional level), and clinical mentoring with Board Certified Specialists in Orthopedics and Sports Physical Therapy while gaining the knowledge needed to successfully sit for and pass the Sports Certified Specialist (SCS) Board Certification Examination.
WHAT DOES A TYPICAL RESIDENTS WEEK LOOK LIKE?
20-30 hours of direct patient care
2-4 hours of 1-on-1 clinical mentor time
4-6 hours of on-filed/training room experience
1-2 hours of either:
Didactic Sports Medicine Lectures
Article review/manual skills development
Didactic Family Practice Lectures
Sports related quiz/practical exam (1x/month)
Mentor guided skills development
*Weekend courses, APTA's CSM, and certified emergency responder course (EMR) will be required throughout the residency (some costs covered via the residency)
*The residency begins in early July and runs 12 months in duration. Requirements for successful completion include: passing written and oral monthly exams, passing Live Patient Examinations (3), performing oral presentations (3), completion of Clinical Reasoning Forms as well as successful participation in the above listed experiences.
In order to begin the program, candidates must have graduated from an APTA accredited physical therapy program and have licensure as a physical therapist in the state of California.
In residency candidates, we are looking for motivated physical therapists who want to enhanced their clinical reasoning/skills, have a strong passion for sports physical therapy, show leadership potential, strong communication skills, initiative and drive to enhance our profession.
COSTS OF THE PROGRAM
There are no direct costs for entering the program.
The resident will be compensated at a 20-30 hours/week clinical workload (roughly 60% full-time salary). Hours outside of clinical workload are therefore not compensated for (Orthopedic surgeon office rounds, on-field/training room experiences, didactic experiences and mentor guided training) but are included in the 40 hour/week commitment.
HOW DO I APPLY?
All potential candidates must hold a valid California physical therapy license prior to beginning the program in July.
Applications can be found in the link below.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 1st
Please download, complete, and return to Program Director Dan MacLean, PT, SCS, CSCS, USAW at