The orthotic and prosthetic residency is the second half of an individual's education and advancement towards becoming an O&P professional. Upon graduation from a CAAHEP-accredited O&P program, individuals wanting to pursue certification at the practitioner level must attend an NCOPE-accredited residency program. It is during the residency program that individuals gain the clinical training and experience needed to balance their primary education with experience to generate the best practitioner possible.
Selection is not based on race, ethnicity, sex, religion, creed, national origin, age, sexual orientation or physical disability.
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Jackson, MS 39216
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