Neurologic Residency - Houston
TIRR Memorial Hermann in Houston offers an APTA-credentialed Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency Program in collaboration with Texas Woman's University and the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.
This collaborative program provides licensed physical therapists the ability to enhance their skills, while working with clinical experts in the area of neurologic physical therapy and academicians of two major educational institutions.
Commitment to Clinical Excellence and Education
We offer a 52-week program which includes a wide range of clinical and didactic experiences across the lifespan and continuum of care. This collaborative program provides licensed physical therapists the ability to enhance their skills while working with clinical experts in the area of neurologic physical therapy and academicians of two major educational institutions.
Our mission is to provide evidence-based, post-professional education in neurologic physical therapy and to develop expert clinicians who utilize cutting edge interventions, compassion, and interdisciplinary collaboration to achieve the best clinical outcomes. This mission is accomplished by basing the program in the foundational sciences and allowing the residents the opportunity to experience the entire continuum of care.
Breadth and Depth of Clinical Rotations
As one of the nation’s leading healthcare systems, the TIRR Memorial Hermann Residency Program offers the residents the entire continuum of care and patient lifespan in the practice of neurologic physical therapy. This wide exposure allows the residents to enhance their clinical decision making skills and develop their confidence as expert clinicians.
Enriched Didactic Experiences
The academic courses offered by Texas Woman’s University and the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston include foundational and clinical sciences, as well as critical inquiry. Educational and research opportunities at both institutions contribute to a solid foundation in neurologic physical therapy practice. Learning modules are provided by interdisciplinary instructors who are experts in the curriculum content and patient management. They create enriched learning experiences for enhanced knowledge acquisition and clinical application.
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Laura Martin, PT, NCS
Residency Director, Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency Program, TIRR Memorial Hermann