PM&R Physician Residency
The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency at Baylor University Medical Center and Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Our three-year, comprehensive and structured training program will have residents rotate through a variety of specialties in hospitals and clinics throughout the Baylor Scott & White Health system. Following completion, our graduates typically enter private practice or pursue fellowships in various physical medicine and rehabilitation subspecialty areas.
Acute Care Physical Therapy
The Acute Physical Therapy Residency Program will provide our residents with a minimum of 12 months of intensive study in the area of acute care physical therapy. Baylor Scott & White Rehab acute physical therapy residents will train at an advanced level of skill in the acute care setting in preparation for an ABPTS-approved clinical specialty in acute care.
Neurologic Physical Therapy
Our Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency is a joint program between Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation and Texas Woman’s University (TWU). This is an intensive, 12-month program that includes direct patient care, preparing residents to provide the highest level of physical therapy for patients with neurologic injuries. Upon completion, residents will receive an academic certification in advanced neurologic physical therapy from TWU.
Oncology Physical Therapy
The Oncology Physical Therapy Residency Program provides residents with a minimum of 12 months of intensive study in the physical therapy specialty of oncology. Upon completion, residents will be prepared to earn their board certification in oncology. The program includes direct patient care, mentoring time, didactic education, projects and presentations.
Sports Physical Therapy
Our Sports Physical Therapy Residency was designed to develop top physical therapists and prepare them for a career in sports medicine. This is a 12-month program focusing on sports performance and treating sports-related injuries in an outpatient setting. Currently, this residency is only open to internal candidates, but will soon be available to all applicants
Women’s Health Physical Therapy
Our Women’s Health Physical Therapy program is another joint residency with Texas Woman’s University. This program provides residents with a minimum of 12 months of intensive study in the physical therapy specialty of women’s health. Upon completion, residents will be prepared to earn their physical therapy specialty certification in women’s health.