Upper Extremity Athlete Physical Therapy Fellowship

Didactic learning is offered primarily through weekly fellow conferences and through one of two professional conferences: American Sports Medicine Institute’s Injuries in Baseball course or the Professional Baseball Athletic Training Societies’ Baseball Medicine Conference. Collaboration with our sports and orthopedic residency programs provides a comprehensive curriculum. Guided research activity is threaded throughout the program with the fellows choosing a project based on interest and available resources.

Curricular components of the Upper Extremity Athlete Physical Therapy Fellowship:


Clinical Practice
  • One-one-one Mentoring three hours/week
  • Non-mentored 20-30 hours/week
  • Physician Shadowing 20-30 hours

Event Coverage
  • Spring Training One month
  • Columbus Clippers 20 hours/week during in-season

Didactic
  • Weekly Conference one hour/week
  • Sports Med Grand Rounds four hours/year
  • Journal Club one hour/month
  • ASMI or PBATS Conference 24 hours/year

Teaching


Curriculum Calendar


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