Doctor of Physical Therapy

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Doc·tor of Phys·i·cal Ther·a·py

(D.P.T.) (dok'tŏr fiz'i-kăl thār'ă-pē)
Highest degree conferred on students in the profession of physical therapy.
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Reporting time for Masters and Doctor of Physical Therapy is 11 am,
Without Parliament's approval, he argued, DPT-degree seekers cannot assume the title Doctor of Physical Therapy.
Across the continent, Jodi Gray, co-owner of two physical therapy clinics in South Florida, is familiar with the push in recent years for PTs to earn a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree --in fact, the accrediting body will require all those entering the field to have them by 2020.
The University of Findlay has nearly 60 majors leading to baccalaureate degrees and offers eight master's degrees, a doctor of pharmacy and a doctor of physical therapy.
Miven is a doctor of physical therapy and chiropractic.
Methods-This analysis of practice included information collected by Regis University Doctor of Physical Therapy students during their acute care clinical affiliations using an acute care outcome tracker developed and modified as part of this study.
I am a third-year doctor of physical therapy student at Regis University in Denver, Colorado.
Heather Jeffcoat is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Owner of Consultation-based Women's Health Physical Therapy & Fitness Practices in Los Angeles, CA.
Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) programs: More and more students are choosing to graduate with this entry-level degree.
A doctor of physical therapy for more than 12 years, Batty specializes in foot and ankle rehabilitation as well as running, biking and lower back issues.
Instructor, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Des Moines University, 3200 Grand Avenue, Des Moines, Iowa, 50312.

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