Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency Program
Since 2001 HealthCare Partners Medical Group Physical Therapy is proud to offer an APTA credentialed Orthopedic Residency. Professionalism, quality healthcare, contribution to the community, competence with evidence based practice and attainment of national certification standards are values that illustrate how we make a difference in the lives of the people we encounter.
Our Mission is to provide advanced clinical practice of physical therapists that accelerates professional development in orthopedic and clinical reasoning in becoming a:
Highly skilled patient care provider
Resource, educator and mentor to others in the community that they serve
Competent consumer and contributor to the scientific literature
Competent consumer and contributor to the scientific literatureAPTA Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy
APTA Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Begins in January of each year and runs for 50 consecutive weeks. Three residents are accepted to the program each year.
Clinic is located in Torrance
1:1 Mentoring with Clinical Faculty -4 hours per week, rotating with three Clinical Faculty during the year. Clinical faculty members are all Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialists
Residents have the opportunity to see more than 500 new patients of varied orthopedic diagnoses and assist in mentoring of first year PT students.
Clinical lab skills and lectures are held on 8 seminar weekends in a group setting and 10 Monday mornings fulfilling the didactic portion of the Residency.
The Resident is employed by HealthCare Partners and is paid for the hours worked
The Resident’s benefit package from HealthCare Partners includes medical, dental and paid time off.
Residency Application Process
To apply for a position in the HealthCare Partners Physical Therapy Orthopedic Residency Program please use the Residency/Fellowship Physical Therapist Centralized Application Services (RF-PTCAS) available via the link below. Applications are due July 30 of each year.