Application & Admissions
Applicants must apply online by April 1st using the Residency-Fellowship Centralized Application (RF-PTCAS).
The ideal candidate will have two to three years work experience in a orthopedic clinical setting or have completed a clinical residency in orthopedics. A clinical specialization in orthopedics (OCS) is a plus. All applicants should be familiar with movement impairment syndromes and have a passion for learning about the movement system.
All applications are reviewed by the admissions committee. Applicants considered suitable candidates are asked to interview with the committee, Program Director, Clinical Director, and Education Director. After interviews are completed, the admissions committee reviews the applicants and offers the fellowship to the best candidate. The desired candidate is asked to respond to the offer within one week.