Hands On Therapy 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

Summer Gaitor Challenge Wellness Walks Commence

The Summer 2017 Gaitor Challenge Wellness Walks begin May 15th and end June 26th. Check out the details in the: Summer 2017 Flyer and join us!

Finley-Wroe Giving Challenge a Success!

We are excited to announce that our UF PT alumni and friends did indeed rise to the Finley-Wroe Giving Challenge!! Claudette Finley and Martha Wroe, emeriti physical therapy faculty members, […]

DPT Commencement Awards Bestowed

Commencement week kicked off with a career fair, luncheon, and a poster session featuring the work of the Class of 2017.  The 70 new graduates were then feted at a […]

PHHP Commencement Awards Announced

Brittny Silke and Chris Dela Cruz have been named the recipients of the UF Health Shands Auxiliary Scholarship.  The award was presented at the UF College of Public Health and […]

Voices for Science!

Joining the international and national 4-22-17 March for Science movement, UF Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science students, post-docs, administrative staff, and faculty joined a crowd of more than 40,000 people […]

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

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