UCA Pediatric Physical Therapy Residency Program

Dr. Claire Boe, Dr. Booth, and Dr. Rebecca Gardner

The University of Central Arkansas Pediatric Physical Therapy Residency Program is a full-time pediatric residency program offered in cooperation with Arkansas Children’s Hospital and Allied Therapy and Consulting Services. The UCA Pediatric Residency Program is accredited by the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education with the first Program graduates in 2010.  UCA PT Pediatric Residency

Through clinical and didactic opportunities, residents are provided the opportunity to advance skill and knowledge related to Pediatric Physical Therapy across diverse pediatric settings during the 12-month program. Clinical mentors at each of the participating clinical facilities possess a broad scope of clinical expertise. Academic faculty and clinical mentors include nine ABPTS board certified pediatric specialists across all settings, as well as two ABPTS board certified orthopedic specialists.


2023 Graduate, Dr. Claire Boe

UCA Pediatric PT Residency Information:  

Mission and Goals

Application and Selection Process

Clinical Partners


Program Outcomes

2023 Graduate, Dr. Rebecca Gardner

Financial Fact Sheet 2023-2024

Frequently Asked Questions

Additional Links:

ABPTRFE–American Board of Physical Therapy and Residency Fellowship Education 

APTA Professional Development – Residency

Arkansas, The Natural State

For more information, contact our Pediatric PT Residency Program Director:

Misty Booth, PT, DPT
Board-Certified Pediatric Clinical Specialist
Department of Physical Therapy
University of Central Arkansas
Phone: (501) 450-5543