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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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Events

DPT Class of 2017 Commencement

The department faculty, staff, and friends wishes the DPT Class of 2017 well at their commencement celebration on Friday, April 28th from 2 – 4 p.m. at the Stephen C. […]

NMPT T32 Trainees Present Data Blitz

The Neuromuscular Plasticity Training Program (NMPT) T32 Trainees – Aaron Morton, Latoya Allen, Christopher Lacko, Alison Barnard, Kelly Hawkins, Michael Sunshine, and Lauren Tabor – presented their research projects the […]

12th Annual Neuromuscular Plasticity Symposium held

More than 150 attendees gathered for the 12th Annual Neuromuscular Plasticity Symposium plenary lectures by keynote speakers Joseph Jankovic, MD, Chet Moritz, PhD, and Craig M. McDonald, MD. A poster […]

Neuromuscular Plasticity Noons Sign Up is now open

PhD students and postdocs: Sign up to present your research ASAP before the best time-slots are filled!  Email lbialosk@phhp.ufl.edu with three choices of dates and times, in order of preference. […]

Hey Alumni! Your photos requested!

UF PT is putting together a slide show featuring alumni photos to show during the alumni reception. We would love to include your photo! Please send us a current photo […]

Please help us honor two trailblazing faculty through the Finley-Wroe Giving Challenge!

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