Christie Clinic Physical Therapist obtain Board Certification

Danielle Colvin and Rachel Zubricky each have received Board Certified Clinical Specialist designation in Orthopaedics.  The Orthopaedic Certified Specialist (OCS) credentials are awarded by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) after a therapist demonstrates specialized and advanced knowledge in the area of orthopaedics, has at least 2000 hours of ortho clinical experience, and has passed the certification examination offered only one time per year.   Currently, only 9500 Physical Therapists are OCS credentialed nationwide. These therapists have demonstrated their commitment to service by using current evidence based research for advancing manual examination techniques, current operative protocols, and updated treatment strategies to better addressing patients’ impairments and functional limitations.

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