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Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Programs

Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Programs provide the requisite classroom training and clinical hands-on experience to become a practicing Physical Therapist. Physical therapist studies start with basic science courses and then introduce specialized courses, including biomechanics, neuroanatomy, human growth and development, manifestations of disease, examination techniques, and therapeutic procedures. Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Programs supplement this classroom training with supervised clinical experience. Learn more about the admission requirements, curriculum and career development support offered by these Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Programs:

Arcadia (Pennsylvania) Physical Therapy Program
College Misericordia Physical Therapy Program
Drexel University Physical Therapy Program
Duquesne U. (Pennsylvania) Physical Therapy Program
Gannon University Physical Therapy Program
Neumann College (Pennsylvania) Physical Therapy Program
Saint Francis University (Pennsylvania)
Slippery Rock of Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Program
Temple University Physical Therapy Program
Thomas Jefferson University Physical Therapy Program
University of Pittsburgh Physical Therapy Program
Scranton (Pennsylvania) Physical Therapy Program
University of the Sciences in Philadelphia Physical Therapy
Widener (Pennsylvania) Physical Therapy Program

other items of interest:
Physical Therapist Job Outlook
Physical Therapist Earnings

Find more physical therapy resources below:

State Physical Therapy Boards
State Physical Therapy Associations
Physical Therapist License Lookup

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