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Offering the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree is one example of Radford University’s commitment to educate highly competent practitioners to serve the needs of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the nation. This department strives to develop leading practitioners who will improve access and quality of care for aging and underserved populations. Learn More »
DPT Dispatch and News
Julianne Bal Recognized for Clinical Experience
RUDPT Student participate in CATS Equipment Scrub at SML
RUDPT Students present research in Canada
RUDPT Students at VPTA Student Conclave
Renee Huth presented her PhD dissertation proposal at VPTA
Radford University physical therapy students establish the inaugural AAOMPT Student Special Interest Group (SIG). Student leadership organize, participate, and administer the learning experiences of the SIG.
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“You may be surprised to know that physical therapy is sometimes the answer to relieving even...
“You may be surprised to know that physical therapy is sometimes the answer to relieving even the worst cases of vertigo or dizziness.” https://t.co/vDL3cAVCZj— RU Physical Therapy (@Radford_DPT) February 21, 2018
It’s Muscle Monday! This week we will talk about the four thenar muscles that make up the intrinsic muscles of the thumb. These include the abductor pollicis brevis, flexor pollicis brevis, opponens pollicis, and adductor pollicis #MuscleMonday #RUDPT pic.twitter.com/LmzJc3FJFC— RU Physical Therapy (@Radford_DPT) February 19, 2018
“Snow shoveling is a repetitive activity that can cause muscle strain to the lower back and...
“Snow shoveling is a repetitive activity that can cause muscle strain to the lower back and shoulders. Back injuries due to snow shoveling are more likely to happen to people who may not know that they are out of condition.” https://t.co/LGNcNRsmcS— RU Physical Therapy (@Radford_DPT) February 14, 2018