INTERNING WITH US
I hope all is well! In my first few months of working, I’ve found myself using so many of the tools you gave me. Just reaching out to say thank you again for the guidance and knowledge you shared last winter as it gave a lasting impact for sure. Please tell the others I say hello
Students looking to apply their education first-hand are invited to do an internship with Buffalo Niagara Physical Therapy. Begin building your experience with our setting which promotes cutting-edge research and services.
These internship relationships represent one area of our commitment to foster the education of new therapists as well as assisting Buffalo Niagara Physical Therapy to stay on the cutting edge of new technologies.
Terry Rose PT, MS, DPT, FAAOMP, Cert. MDT is our CCCE (Cite Coordinator of Clinical Education) and a member of the American Physical Therapy Association. His teaching experience includes being an Adjunct Faculty for the Daemen College and University of Buffalo Doctor of Physical Therapy programs, and Fellowship faculty for the Daemen College and McKenzie Institute USA, advanced orthopedic manual physical therapy post-doctoral programs. He has personally conducted over 50 clinical internships and takes pride in being able to help students bridge the gap between academic instruction and clinical experience in an evidenced-based environment. His research endeavors include being a published first author in the Journal of Manual and Manipulative Physical Therapy for an RTC in the area of neck pain, the McKenzie Method and clinical outcomes. For this research, he has been an invited speaker at the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy National Conference, presented at the American Physical Therapy Association’s Combined Sections Meeting and the McKenzie Institute International biannual conference.
Terry has been presented the Excellence in Clinical Education Award from the University of Buffalo and the Clinical Education Leadership Award from Daemen College for work his with students.