Pacific University recognizes that residency education provides an optimal environment for integrating academic and clinical knowledge.
Students can apply their work toward the required 32 s.h. if they have successfully completed clinical residency, mentored training, or a competency-based training program through one of the following options
- Kaiser Permanente Hayward Physical Therapy Residency in Advanced Orthopedic Manual Therapy
- North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy
- American Physical Therapy Association Section on Women’s Health
Students who have successfully completed other clinical residency and/or mentored training, are encouraged to contact Pam Edwards, TDPT Program Associate Coordinator, for preliminary discussion on the applicability of their residency work toward the TDPT degree.
If you have any questions, please contact Pam Edwards for more information.