Briona Daugherty’s (MS-SLP ’22) speech-language pathology (SLP) path began on board a cruise ship. Daugherty graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelor’s degree in theatrical performance. She studied opera and musical theater, originally wanting to be a touring singer for Broadway-style shows. After spending time as a professional singer in Las Vegas and New York City, she began a career performing on cruise ships, including five years in China, Japan, Korea and Thailand. The longer she worked on cruise ships, the more she aided other vocalists in adjusting to life onboard. This included helping entertainment employees maintain their voices for more than two hours a night in a 2,000-seat theater. After witnessing Read more
To be considered for admission, interested applicants must be licensed or eligible for licensure in the state of the clinic assignment. You must have completed an APTA-accredited orthopaedic residency program or earned a successful score on the orthopaedic certified specialist exam. You must display professional behaviors, motivation, commitment to the profession, and enthusiasm for orthopaedic manual physical therapy. You must also possess clinical reasoning skills for the application of examination and treatment procedures, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Interested applicants are required to submit the following items to complete the application package: application, essay, two letters of reference, PT license, resume, and current photo.
To apply, visit RF-PTCAS.