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Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency Program

APTA Clinical Residency

Welcome to the website for the University of Washington Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency Program. We are pleased to offer a 12-month residency program for licensed physical therapists. Residents will have the opportunity to work at the University of Washington Medical Center in order to develop excellence in clinical care for individuals with neurologic pathology.

Our mission is to graduate physical therapy residents who have advanced practice, teaching, and leadership skills in the area of neurologic physical therapy.

Our goals are:

The goals of the residency program are to educate the physical therapy resident to:

  • Meet the needs of society by becoming advanced practitioners of neurologic physical therapy.
  • Become critical consumers of the relevant scientific literature who, by virtue of critically assessing the literature, incorporate appropriate new techniques and knowledge into practice.
  • Become educators for patients/clients, physical therapy students and colleagues, the broader medical community, and the public.
  • Become consultants, advocates, and ambassadors to the professional physical therapy community, the broader medical community, and the public for the profession of physical therapy.
  • Exhibit the highest standards of professionalism.
  • Be eligible to sit for ABPTS board certification as a clinical specialist in Neurologic Physical Therapy.

If you have further questions, please contact us.

To learn more about the Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency Program at the University of Washington, please explore the links below:

DPT Application Deadline

The deadline to apply to the Doctor of Physical Therapy program is December 15th of each calendar year.

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