Have additional questions?
Send your questions by email to Tanya Herman Lee, PT, DPT.
Application for PT residency program:
We participate in the RF-PTCAS universal application service for residency and fellowship programs. Applicants are also required to complete an online general application to HonorHealth. This link will be provided upon completion of the online application on RF-PTCAS.
More information is available regarding this residency program, including details and application instructions, are available on Honor Health’s neurologic physical therapy residency website.
Physical Therapy residency
Helping NAU graduates grow after achieving their DPT
The Northern Arizona University Physical Therapy Program has teamed with HonorHealth to develop an ABPTRFE-accredited residency in neurologic physical therapy. Residents have the opportunity to develop highly specialized clinical skills without an excessive financial burden by completing the program as employees of HonorHealth.
Residents will receive 1:1 mentoring as they work with their own caseloads in state-of-the-art facilities at HonorHealth. Other components of the program include structured coursework and labs provided through the Neurologic Physical Therapy Professional Education Consortium, and teaching and research opportunities through the NAU Physical Therapy Program on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus.
Residency goals and outcomes Accordion Closed
- Highly skilled patient care in neurologic physical therapy
- The knowledge and skills of a board certified specialist
- Effective utilization of the scientific literature related to neurologic physical therapy
- The skills to effectively educate physical therapists and physical therapy students
- The ability to design, conduct, and disseminate clinical research
Program details and overview Accordion Closed
The HonorHealth and NAU neurologic residency is a 12-month program that begins in August each year. Residents will rotate between inpatient, inpatient rehabilitation, and outpatient settings. Throughout the program residents will complete:
- 1200 hours of clinical practice, split between the inpatient and outpatient neuro setting
- 150 supervised clinical practice with a residency mentor
- 203 hours of coursework/lab training provided by the Neurologic Physical Therapy Professional Education Consortium
- 2 full semesters as a lab assistant at the NAU DPT program in Phoenix
- Research opportunities available through NAU DPT program
Residency program requirements Accordion Closed
- Degree in physical therapy from an accredited university approved by the APTA
- Licensure as a Physical Therapist by the Arizona State Board of Physical Therapy, or pending while waiting for the board to meet
- Compliance with all HonorHealth employment requirements
- Formal interview