Q&A with University of Southern California's Sports Residency Director: Dr. Aimee Diaz.
Part 1: What makes your program unique?
Part 2: What qualities do you look for in applicants?
Part 3: What does a typical work week for residents include?
Part 4: What type of jobs have resident graduates obtained?
Part 5: Describe the faculty/mentors in the residency
For more information on USC's Sports Physical Therapy Residency: http://pt.usc.edu/residency/sports/
10/29/2021 11:18:44 pm
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10/10/2022 06:08:32 am
I'm a Sports Residency Director. I work as a sports related job coach. I usually spend my day coaching and training young players before they move forward with their careers. I get to develop the players and make sure what they need is taken care of at my facility. The most interesting part about being a residency director is that you get to watch young athletes grow older, for some of them it's just in the blink of an eye, but for others it can seem like forever. It's pretty incredible to see how far these kids have gone from the time they first started training at my facility.
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