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Interactive poster sessions with Class of 2016 student researchers and keynote research presentation. 4 hours FREE continuing education credit. October 24, 2015



Summer Camp 2015 huge success!

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Continuing Education 2015! | Registration details for Fall 2015

Newest: Examination and Manual Interventions of the Lumbar Spine and Pelvis: Taught by Dr. Robert Boyles PT, DSc, OCS, FAAOMPT.

Course Offerings

Dr. Hastings might not be the next Dr. Seuss but she did publish her children’s book!

Check it out—available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble but if you want a signed copy come by for a campus visit!

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ABPTS Alumni Recognition: Indianapolis, IN

The 30th annual American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties Conference recognized more of our Alumni this year!

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School of PT and Music team up for Musician Screenings!

See our 3rd year students instructing young musicians on better performance/practice techniques!

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2015 Continuing Education courses are being scheduled! Click here for a listing of our upcoming courses.

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On-site physical therapy clinic

Clinical experience is a vital part of physical therapy education. A special feature at Puget Sound is the on-site teaching clinic. Students are supervised by expert clinicians from the community, but are responsible for every part of the patient encounter. This learning environment provides…

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School of Physical Therapy

Within a vibrant academic community, physical therapy students at Puget Sound benefit from small classes and personal relationships with professors, as well as extensive, hands-on clinical experiences and a coordinated curriculum of written and oral communication woven throughout the program. Trained as critical thinkers and compassionate caregivers, students gain valuable experience through meaningful research, innovative programs, and advanced clinical electives.

Puget Sound offers physical therapy services to the community in a free clinic where students deliver care mentored by licensed therapists hired from the region. This clinical learning is integrated into students’ second and third years and is in addition to the program’s three required 12-week, full-time clinical internships.

Our graduates leave the program clinically ready, independent practitioners and collaborative professionals in the field. Since the program’s founding in 1975, we have had exceptionally high first-attempt passing rates on the professional licensing exam and a consistent ultimate pass rate of 100%. See our program page for current program statistics.

The School of Physical Therapy has lab/clinic space in Weyerhaeuser Hall. Facilities in Weyerhaeuser Hall include classrooms, a teaching clinic, adapted kitchen facilities, a vocational readiness lab, an adaptive equipment lab, therapeutic laboratory equipment, student computer labs, and office space. Clinical space and equipment are shared with the School of Occupational Therapy. Physical therapy lectures and seminars occur in numerous classroom buildings throughout the campus.