Physical Therapy Education
The Critical Care Physical Therapy Fellowship at Houston Methodist aims to develop physical therapists who are nationally recognized leaders in providing patient-centered, evidence-based care to adult patients in critical care. Our acute care hospital and faculty are internationally-recognized providers of acute care, education and research.
The Acute Care Physical Therapy Residency provides an opportunity for physical therapists to develop advanced practice skills in a complex acute care environment. Our residency program emphasizes clinical reasoning across all major diagnostic categories and the adult life span and will fast-track the resident to advanced competencies in acute care through a comprehensive didactic, experiential, and mentored learning program.
Houston Methodist’s Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency provides physical therapists the opportunity to become advanced practitioners in orthopedic physical therapy. Our goal is for you to continue to contribute to the local and professional community through excellence in evidence-based physical therapy clinical practice and education.
The Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Physical Therapy Residency at Houston Methodist Hospital is designed for physical therapists seeking to advance their career in the area of sports physical therapy. The mission of the program is to provide clinical and educational training to the resident who aims to accelerate their professional development as an APTA Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy.
Our Sports Physical Therapy Residency aims to develop experts in sports physical therapy and community leaders in sports rehabilitation. Residents will have the opportunity to shadow leading orthopedic sports medicine physicians in the operating room, participate on the field with certified athletic trainers, physicians, and physical therapists, work with athletes of all ages and skill levels, and mentor new residents.
The Athletic Training Residency program at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital provides athletic trainers the opportunity to become advanced practitioners in athletic training. Residents will be assigned to a local high school to treat athletes and be mentored by a seasoned athletic trainer to allow the residents to integrate knowledge gained from all content areas, including foundations, and to gain experience in the management of orthopedic and sports-related injuries.