OUR GRADUATE PROGRAMS
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.
Rehabilitation science is a diverse and expanding discipline that encompasses both basic and applied aspects of health science and services. The Rehabilitation Science (RSD) program embraces the wide range of disciplines, supporting the view that by working together we can advance human health.
PT Equal Access Clinic
Receive quality health care while helping DPT students learn from invaluable experiences of patient interaction, assessment and treatment.
Message from the chair
The Department was founded 60 years ago, training students to provide rehabilitation to patients with polio and veterans from both World War I and II. Building on our legacy…
Musculoskeletal pain is highly prevalent and a leading cause of disability in the U.S. In Dr. Jason Beneciuk’s talk, “Best Practice for Musculoskeletal Pain: Optimizing Patient-Centered Care at Brooks Rehabilitation,” he will provide specific examples of how recently completed, ongoing, and future quality improvement and research projects at Brooks Rehabilitation are linked to best practice recommendations for musculoskeletal pain care.