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A physical therapist helps an older patient regain strength

Office Location

2917 W. Fort George Wright Dr. Magnuson Bldg., Rm 357

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Marie Cole, PT, MEd

If you want to work in health care and enjoy helping people of all ages, a career in physical therapy could be for you. 

This accredited program prepares you to work under physical therapists to help patients reduce pain, regain motion and prevent disability after an injury or illness. You’ll study anatomy, physiology and social science. You’ll also learn the special techniques, equipment and exercises used to treat patients. The program includes a clinical experience in a local health care setting, where you will practice your skills with real patients.

Whether you want to work in a hospital, rehabilitation center, school, physical therapy clinic or other health care agency, this program will prepare you for a rewarding career in physical therapy. 

Contact the Allied Health Sciences Department Secretary

Cynthia Cobbs

For questions regarding transferability of previous college credits, please contact

Loren Pemberton

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