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Future, Current, and Past Resident Resources


Orthotic / prosthetic residency programs serve as the second half of a practitioner’s education providing a structured real-world professional experience.  The O&P residency standards and guidelines are designed to complement the entry-level academic training provided by graduate level orthotist/prosthetist programs. The residency program must provide comprehensive exposure to a wide variety of patient populations and treatment interventions.  The goal of residency is to develop a competent orthotist/prosthetist capable of delivering independent autonomous clinical care.

Professional Activity, Clinical, and Research Track Resources

NCOPE Regional Residency Liaisons

A graduate of a CAAHEP accredited O&P education program and NCOPE residency program here to provide guidance and support for current residents

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