UF Physical Therapy
Established in 1958, the Department of Physical Therapy consists of a dynamic and growing faculty dedicated to excellence in education, research, and service.
100% of DPT graduates find employment after completing their degree
$11.3 Million dollars in grant funding
5 Community engagement activities across the curriculum
OUR GRADUATE PROGRAMS
Doctor of 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.
phd in rehabilitation science
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
Every Thursday from 4-8 pm
Free Physical Therapy Services
Receive quality health care while helping DPT students learn from invaluable experiences of patient interaction, assessment and treatment.
Message from the chair
Dr. Krista Vandenborne
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…
May 25 Neuro Nine
Please join us for Neuro Nines on May 25 featuring Tommy Sutor and Natalie Johnson.
2022 Doctor of Physical Therapy White Coat…
The DPT program held the 61st Annual Department of Physical Therapy White Coat Ceremony on April 27th, at the Evans Champions Club at Ben Hill…
Rehabilitation Science Seminar Series
Wednesdays (Biweekly), January 25 – April 5 at Noon – 1 pm
These biweekly seminars are designed to foster interdisciplinary discussions and collaborations. The lecture series includes both local and external experts in rehabilitation-related research, with a primary emphasis on neuromuscular plasticity.