Physical Therapy Resources for Professionals
Physical Therapy at CHOP offers clinical education, residency and fellowship opportunities for those training for a career in physical therapy.
At CHOP, we offer an exciting clinical education for current physical therapy students. With more than 50 credentialed clinical instructors, our mission is to prepare entry-level practitioners for the field of pediatric physical therapy.
The Physical Therapy Department Pediatric Residency is an APTA credentialed post-professional clinical and didactic education program that prepares the physical therapist resident to be a pediatric physical therapy practitioner.
The Physical Therapy Department Sports Residency is a post-professional clinical and didactic education program that prepares the physical therapist resident to be a sports physical therapy practitioner.
The Physical Therapy (PT) Neonatology Program is a full-time, 12-month program, offering post-professional clinical and didactic education for physical therapists who demonstrate clinical expertise in pediatric physical therapy.
Learn more about one-day observation in the Physical Therapy Department.
Listen in as Ian Leahy, DPT, OCS, SCS, a sports medicine rehab specialist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), discusses recent topics in all aspects of rehabilitation (PT/OT/Speech) with experts from across the Hospital and other youth health specialists. In this podcast series for rehab clinicians, pediatricians and patients / patient’s families, subject-matter-experts weigh in on the role that rehab plays in the management of the adolescent patient.