How do I apply?
The St. Luke's University Health Network Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency program utilizes the Residency and Fellowship Physical Therapy Centralized Application Service (RF-PTCAS)
- All applicants must have a valid license to practice Physical Therapy in Pennsylvania and/or New Jersey, or be eligible to sit for the NPTE prior to start of residency.
- All applicants must be a member of the APTA and the Academy of Orthopedic Physical Therapy.
- All applicants should have three (3) letters of recommendation. If you are a recent graduate, include a letter of recommendation from one of your clinical instructors
- All applicants must demonstrate a strong commitment to the philosophy of the specialty of orthopaedics and the principles of the St. Luke's University Health Network Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency through their essay responses.
- Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
- Preference for the July cohort will be given to applications submitted by February 28
- Preference for the January cohort will be given to applications submitted by July 31
Please contact us with any additional questions:
Stephen Kareha, PT, DPT, ATC, PhD
Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Director, St. Luke's University Health Network Orthopaedic Residency