Residents have the opportunity to work with physicians, collaborate with our Human Performance teams and participate in outreach opportunities, including IRONMAN-sponsored events. Residents work in Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation clinics, which include four IRONMAN Sports Medicine Institute locations. The advanced curriculum is based on the Description of Specialty Practice (DSP) for Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy and meets the requirements set by the American Board of Residency and Fellowship Education.
Our goal is not to just prepare you to pass your specialty exam, but to develop you in advanced practice, leadership, research, teaching and mentoring.
The coursework is divided into four sections:
- Ortho – Primary Care & Clinical Reasoning
- Sports – Acute Injury & Illness Management (EMR)
- Lower Quarter Module
- Musculoskeletal Imaging
- Research for the Resident
- Upper Quarter Module
- Independent Research Study
- Clinical Instructor for PT Student
- Leadership Development