Primary Spine Care Practitioner Residency
Primary Spine Care Practitioner
This two year, fulltime Residency is designed to produce a highly skilled, first-contact and continuing care Primary Spine Care Practitioner (PSP) specifically trained to diagnose and manage the majority of patients with spine-related disorders using evidence-based methods. The program emphasizes advanced clinical training and experience in interdisciplinary settings on a foundation of relevant academic courses, self-directed research, publication and teaching. The program develops PSPs who act as clinicians, consultants, researchers and scholars capable of participating with and able to lead a multidisciplinary, integrative health care team. At the conclusion of the two years of Residency, a six month or one year, fully funded fellowship may be arranged in a clinic caring for underserved populations in the developing world. Residents are selected on a competitive basis and openings are limited. The resident receives an annual stipend and health benefits.
- Two-year, full-time appointments
- Stipend and full benefits
- Leads to eligibility to sit for specialty experience exam
- Excellent teaching and learning experience
- Off-campus interdisciplinary rotations throughout Southern California