Why is a clinical rotation with Results Physiotherapy different?

Over the years, Results Physiotherapy has built a reputation of clinical excellence by providing a unique clinical rotation program with affiliated universities aimed at developing a student’s core of manual therapy palpation and treatment skills. This reputation enables Results to attract many talented senior therapists who share the same passion for educating and mentoring other motivated and committed students and therapists.

The goal of our affiliation rotations is to provide students with an introduction to the best, evidence-based education programs in the US. With Results, students learn through manual therapy tutorials in a live clinical setting. These tutorials are intended to teach and improve a student’s clinical reasoning skills, manual therapy interventions, exercise prescription and patient education.

Our clinical education program has years of intentional development. We want the students that come to Results to finish with confidence and proficiency in their manual therapy skills, differential diagnosis, and clinical reasoning. We structured our clinical education program to challenge and engage the best and brightest physical therapy students.

Our education programs are initially based on Maitland mobilization techniques and centered around current hands-on techniques focused on finding and relieving the patient’s pain. Ultimately, our Maitland-based curriculum is then enhanced by evidence-based material and techniques from a variety of additional approaches forming an eclectic and unique treatment style, which has been proven to deliver superior patient outcomes.

Results Physiotherapy is a true private practice, outpatient, and orthopedic manual-therapy company dedicated to demonstrating how quality physical therapy—delivered by well-trained and licensed physical therapists—can be a cost saver to the US health care system. To achieve this, our therapists commit to education programs equipping them with a unique manual therapy skill set and combine manual therapy intervention with evidence based, specific exercise prescriptions. The quality of our therapists directly correlates to the quality of our clinical instructors, which helps to make our clinical education program one of the most sought-after in the country.

Have questions? Contact our Center Coordinator for Clinical Education, Ashlee Butler, MS, PT, COMT, via email or 615-405-2654.

Results Physiotherapy as a Clinical Site

Learn more about Results Physiotherapy Centers as a clinical site by clicking the following link to our Clinical Site Information Form (CSIF). HERE

The Clinical Site Information Form (CSIF) is updated on an annual basis. Please refer to the locations page on our website to view the most up-to-date list of clinics. Information on a specific clinic can be obtained by contacting the Center Coordinator for Clinical Education. Ashlee Butler is the CCCE for all Results locations.

We strive to provide our students with the best outpatient, manual therapy, and orthopedic affiliation available. During structured group tutorials, lead by members of our education team, students receive one-on-one time with therapist and CIs. We provide students with an extensive pre-affiliation packet containing guidelines, reading materials, objectives, and a pre-affiliation questionnaire. Completion of these packets is mandatory prior to the affiliation. This ensures students are adequately prepared for the types of patients they will see in our clinics and become familiar with the rules and laws in the affiliated state.

If you have not yet received a password, please email Ashlee Butler, Center Coordinator for Clinical Education.

The Volunteer Experience with Results Physiotherapy

Results Physiotherapy is happy to provide volunteer and observation experiences for those wishing to learn more about the field of physical therapy. Please refer to the locations page on our website to locate potential clinics where you would be able to complete your hours. It is your responsibility to call the clinic directly and ask to speak to the Lead Support in the clinic. The Lead Support will be the one that will be able to either accommodate your request or point you to another location.

Please note—due to current demand already placed on our clinics—not all volunteer requests will be granted. Also, because of the large number of University Affiliations we have for graduate students in PT programs along with our volunteers, we cannot accommodate undergraduate internships or course credit work. If you have any specific questions regarding this, please contact our Center Coordinator for Clinical Education, Ashlee Butler.

In order to complete your request to be a volunteer in a clinic, you will need to review and agree to the Volunteer Guidelines and Dress Code requirements of Results Physiotherapy Centers listed below. You will also be required to complete the provided HIPAA training. Print and sign the Signature Sheet linked below and bring with you to your assigned clinic.
Mandatory volunteer documents

Volunteer Guidelines
Dress Code
Signature Sheet

Affiliate Login

If you are a physical therapy student that has been assigned a Results rotation, click HERE to login to obtain your affiliation packet information.

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