Take the next step in your professional development and fine tune your clinical skills with one on one mentoring by a board certified clinician. Apply to become a part of PRO-PT Physical Therapy’s Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency Program. Join our team to work in a stimulating environment and receive an excellent salary and benefits as you gain advanced knowledge and skills in orthopedic physical therapy.

Residents receive:

  • Small group classroom and lab instruction
  • Integrated and supervised independent study
  • Multiple opportunities to observe orthopedic surgeries
  • Ongoing, one-on-one clinical supervision while treating patients (at least 150 hours)
  • Training in evidence-based guidelines and advanced clinical practice
  • Focused skill building on examination, treatment and clinical reasoning aspects of orthopaedic physical therapy patient care
  • Preparation for Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist examination

Residency facts:

  • Residency Program begins each January and runs for 50 weeks
  • Residents are employed at PRO-PT on a full time basis. Compensation is based on the current pay scale of PRO-PT Physical
  • Therapy at the time of hire
  • Residents who are employed for a minimum of 35 hours/week receive a full benefit package
  • PRO-PT physical therapy current faculty
  • Ronald Eynaud, DPT, ATC, MDT, OCS Joy Martin, MSPT, OCS Steffani Rich, MSPT, CPI, OCS Richard Rose III, DPT, OCS

Requirements for application: All applications for the upcoming year are due by the last day of August of the preceding year.

  1. Graduation from an accredited Physical Therapy program.
  2. An essay of less than 1000 words describing, “What do you wish to gain through participation in a residency/fellowship program?”
  3. Complete Resume.

Essay and resume can be sent to Dr. Richard Rose III at