Sports Medicine Residency Program

Individuals who complete a sports medicine residency program prepare themselves to treat injuries related to sports and exercise and advise patients on how to prevent them from happening in the first place. To undertake a sports medicine residency program, you must have completed a bachelor's degree and medical school. The residency allows you to put the skills you've learned in the classroom into practice in a health care setting with supervision from an experienced physician. Upon completing your residency, you can obtain your license to practice as a physician and work at an established hospital, rehabilitation facility, or other health care setting, or start your own practice.

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Kingston University London

Located just 25 minutes from central London, Kingston University offers internationally-recognized qualifications and welcomes around 100 new students from the USA every year, with many more on Study Abroad and exchange programs. Founded in 1899, the...