University of Indianapolis & Body One Physical Therapy Orthopaedic Residency
    Our orthopaedic residency is housed in a private PT-owned practice partnering with the Krannert School of Physical Therapy at the University of Indianapolis (UIndy). There is an educational component where the resident participates as a grad assistant in the university entry level program within the musculoskeletal curriculum and gains teaching experience. There is also a tiered mentoring in the clinic during the second semester where the resident works with a CI in the mentoring of an entry-level intern. Not only do these educational and mentoring opportunities prepare the resident for expert clinic practice, they also prepare the resident for future educational and mentoring opportunities.
Program Contact Information
Program Type Residency
Program Status Accredited
Specialty/Subspecialty Orthopaedics
Program Directors Name Ryan Cotton, PT, DHS
Address Line 1 8902 N. Meridian St.
Address Line 2 Suite 120
City, State Zip Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
Phone 317/581-1890
Fax 317/581-2436
Application Details
Application Deadline 1 03/15/2018
Admission Decision Date 1 05/15/2018
Program Start Date 1 07/30/2018
Interview Required Yes
Important Dates Interviews will be conducted in April
Program Prerequisites
Courses Not Applicable
Certifications CPR Certification
Experience Not Applicable
Link to program’s prerequisite instructions Not Applicable
Supplemental Requirements
Supplemental application fee required Not Applicable
Supplemental application fee amount Not Applicable
Link to supplemental forms or instructions Not Applicable
Essay Questions
Please provide an essay addressing three topics regarding your application to the UIndy/Body One Ortho Residency:(7000 character max) 1.Your level of preparedness from your professional and clinical education. 2.Your reason for choosing to pursue a residency education 3.Your goals in completing the residency program
Program requires a reference from the following individuals
    Of the 2 professional references, one must be from an orthopedic faculty member, and one must be from an orthopedic clinical instructor.
Program Details
Multi-site program Yes
Part-time versus Full-time Full Time
      Tuition No
      Salary Yes
      Salary Type Annually
      Benefits Full-Time Employee
      Other Benefits Not Applicable
      Ability to earn higher degree Yes
      Higher degree available MHS or DHS
      Program Length (in months) 12
      Anticipant number of clinical hours per week 35
      Maximum Number of Positions 3