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FAQs

Q: How can I locate a veterinary sports medicine and rehabilitation specialist for my dog or horse?
A: You can use our Find a Diplomate page to locate a Diplomate near you, and to contact them directly to schedule a consultation.

Q: Is this College open to anyone other than veterinarians?
A: Because this is a veterinary specialty college, only veterinarians may apply for residencies and to sit for the board certification examination.

Q: Can veterinary technicians become involved with the College?
A: We hope to offer educational opportunities for veterinary technicians in the future.

Q: Can veterinarians from outside the U.S. apply for residencies and the examination?
A: Yes, the College accepts qualified applicants from around the world. Click here to learn how to become board certified.

Q: I have been working in a sports medicine and rehabilitation practice for over 5 years, and I do some lecturing. Can I qualify to sit the examination?
A: Please refer to the How to Become Board Certified page to review our two options for residency programs, Traditional or Alternative. In order to sit for the examination, one of the two residency programs must be completed.

Q: Where can I apply for a residency?
A: As notices about residencies are received, they will be posted on the Employment page.

To find a list of available Diplomates, please go to our Find a Diplomate page.

 

 

 

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The American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation is an AVMA recognized specialty organization.