East Coast-headquartered ProEx Physical Therapy announces that its fellowship training for its staff physical therapists and others has received full accreditation.

The year-long Fellowship in Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy, offered in collaboration with Boston University, helps train all ProEx physical therapists and other eligible physical therapists outside of the practice advanced training to further prepare them to serve as direct access providers in the outpatient orthopedic setting, explains a media release from ProEx Physical Therapy.

Upon course completion, participants have the opportunity to improve their clinical skills and develop advanced proficiencies in manual therapy, exercise prescription, communication, and differential diagnosis to enhance their clinical reasoning and decision-making in case management, the release adds.

“It is with pride that we announce that this cutting edge Fellowship program is fully accredited,” says Mike Mulrenan, CEO of ProEx Physical Therapy, in the release.

The accreditation means that the fellowship training offered via ProEx Physical Therapy and Boston University is officially recognized as meeting the essential standards of academic and clinical mentoring excellence, as required of fellowship programs by the American Physical Therapy Association, the release explains.

For more information about the Fellowship in Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy, visit Boston University.

[Source: ProEx Physical Therapy]