EMG Solutions’ Residency in Clinical Electrophysiology

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EMG Solutions is excited to announce the development of our new residency program in clinical electrophysiology. It is only the second Clinical Electrophysiology residency offered in the United States and we are the first and only fully immersive residency program that pays you while you learn! Our intensive program includes one-on-one mentoring with a comprehensive didactic learning experience. A resident completing our program will be qualified to apply for and take the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS) certification exam within just over one year of beginning the program. Completion of this residency will give you the confidence you need to practice clinical electrophysiology and become ABPTS board certified. We are looking for four highly motivated physical therapists interested in learning and practicing clinical EMG/NCS for our second cohort which will begin January 2022. Applications can be submitted through RF-PTCAS (https://rfptcas.liaisoncas.com/applicant-ux/#/login) or contact Mark Simmons at mark@emgsolutions.com.

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