Evidence In Motion receives key certification
The Evidence in Motion (EIM) Institute of Health Professions has earned the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education (ABPTRFE) seal of approval for their Sport Physical Therapy Residency Program. The program was certified by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in June and EIM will be presented with the official certificate at the 2013 Combined Sections Meeting opening ceremonies.
"We are thrilled to receive this respected credential from the APTA," said Dr. Teresa Schumann, the Sports Physical Therapy Residency Director at EIM. "We believe that post-professional residency training is critical to the future of our profession and the best method for physical therapists to pursue board certification. This prestigious accreditation is a testament to the quality of the Sports Residency Program and other programming that EIM offers to physical therapists seeking post-professional education."
For aspiring professionals looking for physical therapy travel jobs, the certification of the program presents new opportunities. The official credentials helps the program to set and meet industry-wide standards for teaching and practicing physical therapy.
EIM provides online learning, hands-on courses and access to athletic venues to physical therapists. The Sports Residency Program is designed to advance the resident's preparation in providing patient care services in sports physical therapy, according to EIM's website.
With the certification by the APTA, participants in the program can improve their marketable skills in the industry behind the backing of the profession's official association. The program is designed to help therapists learn about and exchange information on preventative and rehabilitative evidence-based sports therapy and also help them to achieve additional board certifications in other aspects of sports physical therapy.
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