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Hands On Physical Therapy

The entry-level Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program provides the required education necessary for graduates to take the professional license examination and embark on a professional career in physical therapy.


Service Projects

Every spring, third year students have the opportunity to utilize their skills providing a clinical course for physical therapists practicing in Nicaragua.

Nicaragua is one of our many service projects.

DPT student shows a client exercises to relieve her headaches

Our Mission

We prepare our graduates to be autonomous practitioners, capable of providing excellent clinical services in any practice setting.

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Office Olympics 2016

The Department of Physical Therapy Office Olympics 2016 is being held in honor of the summer olympics and takes place August 8th – August 19th  The schedule is as follows: […]


2016 APTA NEXT Conference

The 2016 American Physical Therapy Association NEXT conference was held June 8-11, at the premier Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville. Many of our current and former UF […]

DPT Grads_Spring 2016

65 New DPT Graduates Partake in Commencement Walk

Congratulations to all our newly minted Doctorates of Physical Therapy! Job well done and you are wished much success in all your future endeavors! Commencement week began with a career […]

DPT Class of 2016 Poster Presentation and Professional Development Day

DPT Class of 2016 Poster Presentation and Professional Development Day

Come and take a look at the DPT Class of 2016 posters which will display their final case study project. Numerous companies will also be on hand to discuss career […]

Sign up for Neuromuscular Plasticity Noons

Sign up for Neuromuscular Plasticity Noons

Sign up is open for 2016 Neuromuscular Plasticity Noons.  PhD students and postdocs:  Present your research in a 20 – 25 minute talk with Q&A and opportunity for feedback on […]

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