Doctor of Physical Therapy

 

Open House

Student helping child

Each fall, the Doctor of Physical Therapy program hosts an Open House for interested college and high school students, parents and advisors. You can learn more about career options, advanced education and how to get ready for PT school. Faculty, practitioners, alumni and current students will be on-hand to answer questions and give you valuable insights.

Fall 2016 Open House

Saturday, Sept. 17
8:30 a.m.–3 p.m.
Rogalski Center Ballroom (get directions)

Registration:

Cost: $10/person
Click here to register

More Information: pt@sau.edu, 563/333-6403

Open House Schedule

8:30 a.m. Arrival and Registration

9 a.m. Welcome and Overview
Michael Puthoff, PT, PhD, GCS
Professor and Director, Physical Therapy Department

9:15 a.m. Professional Opportunities in Physical Therapy
Lynn Frank, PT, MPT, NCS
Assistant Professor & Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education, Physical Therapy Department

10 a.m. Creating a Foundation for Success in Physical Therapy
Joseph Garrison, PT, DPT '07
Physical Therapist, Clinical Supervisor III 
Genesis Physical Therapy, DeWitt, IA

10:40 a.m. Break

11 a.m. PT, DPT - Now What?: Physical Therapy Between a Cornfield and a Bean Field
Amanda Crouch, PT, DPT '11
Physical Therapist, Manager of Student Affiliations
Integrated Therapy Specialists, P.C., Muscatine, IA

11:40 a.m. Orthopaedic Clinical Residency Program

Noon Lunch (provided)

For High School Students

1 p.m. Tips on Applying and Preparing for Physical Therapy School
Barb Ehrmann, PT, DPT, MBA, CEEAA
Clinical Associate Professor, Physical Therapy Department
MPT Class of 2002, DPT Class of 2007

2 p.m. Tours of Main Campus and Center for Health Sciences Education

For College Students

1 p.m. Tour of Center for Health Sciences Education

1:30 p.m. Tips on Applying and Preparing for Physical Therapy School
Michael Puthoff, PT, PhD, GCS
Professor and Director, Physical Therapy Department



Whats Next

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