Hannah Pollard and Ana Mari Parker presented at the Eastern Regional Pro Bono Conference in Chester, PA and were hand selected for a scholarship to present at the Western Regional Pro Bono Conference in Pheonix, AZ
Todd Watson and Jessica Graning presented their research "Competitive collegiate dance team injuries: A prospective study" at the 2018 APTA CSM in New Orleans, LA. Their original research was also featured on Pintcast with Jimmy McKay.
Vivian Franco, Hannah Bowen, Travis Linton, Eric Kao, Rebecca Foil and Ashley Hyatt present poster presentation on 'Internal vs. External Focus of Attention Strategies' at the 2018 Combined Sections Meeting in New Orleans, LA.
Focused on student centered learning, the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program is dedicated to developing exceptional clinicians through a challenging curriculum built on inter-professional collaboration, evidence-based practice, and community engagement. Throughout their studies, our students are supported by faculty who are committed to their success in a dynamic learning environment.
MAPPT is a free physical therapy clinic staffed by WCU's Department of Physical Therapy and serves uninsured or under-insured individuals in western North Carolina, regardless of socioeconomics or health status.
Providing evaluation, treatment, and consultation services for individuals who have fallen or are at risk for falling. Our team provides integrated care to help identify risk factors and other contributing factors associated with balance disorders.
Explore the current projects in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program such as community college training, migrant worker outreach and community-based health and wellness promotions driven by students.