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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Anderson University (IN)

Anderson University is a private, liberal arts institution located in Anderson, Indiana, and it is affiliated with the Christian Church of God. AU’s mission is to educate for a life of faith and service in the church and society through their five...

“…Anderson is a really awesome place from what I have seen and experienced during my three day visit. The Christian attitude surrounding all the students and the campus is amazing. I can't wait to arrive and begin learning at this amazing college.” – Jonathan from Shelby, NC