Neurologic Residency Program
The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Doctor of Physical Therapy program and Baylor Scott & White Health have partnered together to create a 12-month Neurologic Residency Program. Residency programs provide in depth learning experiences guided toward specialty practice.
Dr. Brianne Kochanowski is the second resident in the program having completed her DPT degree at Baylor University. She says this about the desire to focus on the neurologic field of study: "I have always been drawn to the nervous system, observing and learning in awe at the mere intricacy that it demonstrates. Through the nervous system lies the secret to what makes us human. It is how we form thoughts and language; how we move out bodies in space and time; how we sense the environment and interact with the world around us. The nervous system is the reason we can do most things in this life. However, when this system goes awry, whether due to trauma, congenital defects or progressive deterioration, the effects can be profound and the intricacies of this system exposed."
If you are interested in learning more about this residency program, please click the link below that outlines the program goals, benefits, and more.
Accreditation: The Baylor Scott & White Health/University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency Program is accredited by the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education (ABPTRFE).
Page last updated June 07, 2022