The NeuroRecovery Training Institute (NeuroRTI) announces that 15 students have graduated recently from its Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency and Postprofessional Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) programs.
“We are thrilled with the continued growth of our Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency and Postprofessional Doctorate of Physical Therapy programs, and we are very proud of these graduates who are now better trained and equipped to deal with the challenging and ever-changing neurologic healthcare environment,” says Kim Atkinson, PT, NCS, clinical program director at NeuroRTI, in a media release from NeuroRTI.
NeuroRTI also recently launched the Specialty Certification in Stroke Recovery and Certification in Neurological Clinical Practice programs.
“We are pleased to welcome the inaugural class of the Neurologic Clinical Practice Certification Program,” Atkinson adds in the release. “We look forward to seeing how the Certification Program students put their knowledge to use in their own practices.”
For more information, visit NeuroRTI.
[Source(s): NeuroRTI, PRWeb]