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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 about the Department of Physical Therapy »
The Radford University Doctor of Physical Therapy program has enjoyed support and partnership with various organizations in the community. Below are highlights of some specific contributions made by some supporting organizations.
Carilion Clinic supports the Radford University Doctor of Physical Therapy program by leasing the space that we occupy within the Carilion Roanoke Comunity Hospital.
Medical Facilities of America supported the Radford University Doctor of Physical Therapy program with a $500,000 endowment. The gift provides salary supplements as well as research and program support in the DPT program.
Genesis Rehabilitation Services supported the Radford University Doctor of Physical Therapy program with a $100,000 gift towards the establishment of a Motion Analysis Laboratory.
Friendship Retirement Community in Roanoke, VA endowed a scholarship in the amount of $30,000 for the Radford University Doctor of Physical Therapy program.
Bradley Free Clinic supports the Radford University Doctor of Physical Therapy program by allowing our students access to true patient care in safe and supervised environment.
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Thank you @KolbWil for hosting Goat Yoga at his beautiful farm! It was great therapy as we approach...
A group of the 2nd Years joined Emory&Henry National Advocacy Dinner to discuss PTs in Rural America to improve access to quality care for everyone#advocate #dptstudent #makePTruralagain #chooserural #PTforNHSCLoanRepayment @KolbWil pic.twitter.com/Dz7lp4YDDy— RU Physical Therapy (@Radford_DPT) April 17, 2018
Congratulations to Brooke Malloy and David Furrow for being elected as Chair and Vice Chair in the...