Residents will be based at one primary location for patient care but will also be expected to participate in mentoring and experiential learning opportunities at regional Mercy facilities and partner locations.
Residents will be required to complete the approved academic curriculum including designated in person, web based and distance learning programs
Each Residency is a 12-month duration emphasizing focused education with highly trained, certified mentors and instructors. Residency begin on August 1 through July 31 annually. Training includes clinical mentoring, academic programming, on field training (Sports), advanced manual therapy certification and participation in clinical research. Residency includes opportunities to work closely with nationally recognized Orthopedic Surgeons, training with Orthopedic Surgery Fellows, and exposure to High School, NCAA and professional athletic teams.