Board Certified Clinical Specialist
What is a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist?
Board-certified clinical specialists have built on a broad base of professional education and experience to develop greater knowledge and skills in a particular area of practice. To become certified, physical therapists demonstrate competence in both specialized knowledge and advanced clinical proficiency. Among the minimum requirements to become certified are documented hours of direct patient care in the chosen specialty area and successful completion of a rigorous examination through the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME).
Why should you choose a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist for your therapist?
Board certification in Physical Therapy:
- Promotes the highest level of enhanced diagnostic skills and specialty care for individuals seeking physical therapy, including managing patients with complex conditions, to achieve the most effective clinical outcomes.
- Provides a reliable and valid method of certification of physical therapists with advanced knowledge and skills in a specialty area.
- Assists consumers and the health care community in identifying practitioners with advanced knowledge and skills in a specialty area.