AT Memphis Physical Therapy!

MEMPHIS PHYSICAL THERAPY is excited to let you know about student fieldwork opportunities currently available for Physical Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistant programs.

Our programs are designed to provide students with a hands-on, practical experience that not only meets academic requirements but also fosters networking and career preparation. We emphasize meaningful mentorship and the development of strong clinical reasoning skills, ensuring that students can make a significant difference in the lives of the patients they serve. Additionally, we offer specialty clinicals for Spine Care, Balance and Fall Prevention, Sports Medicine, Dry Needling, Industrial Rehab, Geriatrics and more.

At MEMPHIS PHYSICAL THERAPY, we prioritize engagement, inclusion, and maintaining a robust community presence. We believe that participating in our programs will not only contribute to students’ professional growth but also provide them with a unique and impactful learning experience in any of our 9 outpatient clinics in metro Memphis and northern Mississippi.

If you are a student who may benefit from these opportunities, or if you would like more information about our student programs, please feel free to reach out! We look forward to supporting students in their journey towards becoming skilled and compassionate healthcare professionals.

If you are a university representative and are interested in a national student affiliation agreement please contact Nicole O’Neil or Madaline Smith

Hear From Our Former Students!

“I completed my second clinical rotation with Memphis Physical Therapy at their Arlington location & my experience far surpassed my expectations entering the experience at the beginning of the five weeks. At Memphis Physical Therapy, I was able to build upon skills that I already possessed, but I was also challenged to add new skills to my “physical therapy toolbox” that will help me be the most complete clinician possible in the future. My clinical instructor, Rusty, was an excellent educator on helping me develop the understanding of how to give each patient the best individualized care possible, as no two patients are the exact same. I believe that my five-week experience with Rusty and Memphis Physical Therapy have helped develop me into a more compassionate and effective clinician, and I am beyond thankful for my time there. I believe it is also important to note that during this clinical rotation with Memphis Physical Therapy, I was also able to get an up-close view of conditions that I have not interacted with frequently during my previous hours in clinic such as Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s Disease, and more. Being able to interact with patients with these conditions has helped better prepare me for the more complicated cases that I could possibly be treating as a clinician one day. I would strongly recommend Memphis Physical Therapy to any potential patients that are interested physical therapy that is rooted in high-quality personalized care. Furthermore, I can not recommend this clinical site enough to physical therapy students that have interest in learning and continuing to perfect their craft under the wing of some of the best clinicians in the greater Memphis area.

-Matthew K., UTHSC DPT Student

“Every day has been a learning opportunity that I will cherish forever. Your dedication to fostering a collaborative and nursing work environment has truly made this internship an unforgettable journey. Thank you for your unwavering support, encouragement, and constructive feedback.”

-Charneisha S.


During your physical therapy student fieldwork experience at MEMPHIS PHYSICAL THERAPY, you can expect to gain practical, hands-on experience in the outpatient clinical setting under the guidance of a licensed physical therapist. Here are some general expectations:

Observation and Learning:

Observe and actively participate in patient care, applying theoretical knowledge to real-life situations.
Learn how to conduct patient assessments, develop treatment plans, and implement interventions.

Patient Interaction:

Interact with patients, take medical histories, and conduct physical examinations under supervision.
Participate in patient education and help patients understand their treatment plans.


Gain experience in documenting patient progress, treatment plans, and interventions in accordance with healthcare standards.

Treatment Techniques:

Learn and practice various physical therapy techniques, exercises, and modalities used in patient rehabilitation.
Understand the application of therapeutic exercises and manual therapy.


Develop professional skills, including effective communication with patients, families, and healthcare team members.
Learn about ethical considerations and patient confidentiality.

Professional Networking:

Use the opportunity to network with experienced physical therapists, potentially opening doors for future job opportunities.

Remember to approach your fieldwork experience with an open mind, eagerness to learn, and a proactive attitude. Ask questions and actively engage in the clinical environment to make the most out of this valuable learning opportunity at MEMPHIS PHYSICAL THERAPY!

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As part of our commitment to your professional growth, MEMPHIS PHYSICAL THERAPY has a robust Continuing Education Unit (CEU) reimbursement program. This is a fantastic opportunity to further enhance your skills and stay up-to-date in your field.


MEMPHIS PHYSICAL THERAPY understands the importance of easing financial burdens and many of our clinicians participate in a student loan assistance program. We recognize the challenges associated with student loans, and our assistance program is designed to support you on your journey to financial wellness.


As one of the first Orthopedic Physical Therapy residencies to be nationally-recognized and accredited, The Jackson Clinics’ orthopedic residency program has partnered with MEMPHIS PHYSICAL THERAPY since 2009 in elevating Doctors of Physical Therapy.