RESIDENCY AND FELLOWSHIP

Therapy Partners Group University offers a variety of post-professional education programs including both Residency and Fellowship options. These dynamic programs will provide both clinical and didactic opportunities for professional growth in a specialty area of PT.

Our robust faculty includes Board Certified Sports Clinical Specialists, Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialists, Board Certified Women's Health Clinical Specialists, Certified Strength, and Conditioning Specialists, ImPACT Certified Physical Therapists, and Athletic Trainers.

We offer many unique opportunities that cater to individual resident and fellow's interests and are continuing to grow and improve our programs every year.

ORTHOPEDIC RESIDENCY
Therapy Partners Group University Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency (formally Bodycentral) is a 15-month program that includes both didactic and clinical training, as well as extensive mentoring.

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PELVIC HEALTH RESIDENCY
Therapy Partners Group University Women’s Health Residency is a 15-month program that includes extensive 1 on 1 mentoring, didactic courses (outlined below), and clinical training. We have multiple mentors that provide different perspectives on approaching patient-centered treatment to assist our residents in developing a holistic and individualized approach to patient care.


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SPORTS RESIDENCY
Therapy Partners Group Sports Physical Therapy Residency (formerly Bodycentral) is a 15-month program that includes both didactic and clinical training, as well as extensive mentoring and on-field athletic venue coverage.

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UPPER EXTREMITY ATHLETE FELLOWSHIP
The BodyCentral Physical Therapy Upper Extremity Athlete Fellowship Program is a 14-month program that provides professional development opportunities for physical therapists to receive specialist training in the treatment of upper extremity athletes.

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NCAA DIVISION I ATHLETE FELLOWSHIP
The mission of the Therapy Partners Group/University of Arizona NCAA Division I Athlete Fellowship program is to provide professional development opportunities for physical therapists in a high level athlete setting and provide opportunities for on field and off field care of NCAA division I athletes. This will be attained through independent study, didactic education, participation in research, and mentorship in the clinic and through the medical teams at the University of Arizona.

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