Prepare to join an elite class of Orthopaedic Specialists with CORA’s Residency Program, designed to develop innovative, skilled, evidence-based clinicians committed to clinical excellence and professionalism that inspires each resident to reach their full potential.
The CORA Orthopaedic Residency program is currently in application for Candidacy status with the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education (ABPTRFE). We anticipate accepting candidate applicants in the Summer of 2021.
The curriculum is comprehensive of advanced orthopaedic practice and prepares the participant for successful pass of the ABPTS Board Certification Examination in Orthopaedics. The program incorporates the Resident Core Competencies (below) throughout a variety of learning experiences.
- Clinical Reasoning
- Knowledge of Specialty Practice
- Systems Based Practice
- Practice Management
The resident will participate in:
- Clinical practice as a staff clinician
- Clinical 1:1 mentoring
- Didactic live and online coursework
- Scholarly activity
- Additional learning opportunities
- Must be a graduate from a CAPTE accredited PT program.
- Must be licensed or eligible for licensure in the state in which you are applying for residency.
- Must meet all eligibility requirements to be employed as a practicing Physical Therapist at CORA Physical Therapy.
- Must demonstrate eligibility for membership within the APTA.
- Must submit two Letters of Recommendation. One must be from a recent clinical instructor or clinic supervisor.
- Must complete the following in your Cover Letter: Why do you want to participate in an Orthopaedic Residency program at CORA?
For more information, contact us at [email protected]