Last month, students and faculty attended the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists national conference. SAU had the most poster presentations of any other program or group.
Through the SAU Interprofessional Health Clinic, students and clients get better.
Annual camp helps junior high students discover their calling to a health care career.
Joey McEachern is tracking toward DPT degree while running fast breaks.
"We wanted to learn more about each other's health science programs and professions."
In February, 36 DPT students along with seven faculty members traveled to Indianapolis, Ind., for the 2015 American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting (CSM).
Doctor of Physical Therapy students in action
Within the Physical Therapy Department, this commitment can be easily seen in how our students decide to spend their time outside the classroom.
On April 10-11, the SAU Physical Therapy Department is accepting mobility device donations 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Center for Health Sciences Education (CHSE), on the corner of Lombard and Marquette streets in Davenport.
This tournament is the primary fundraising activity for our organization. The money raised will be used to support various philanthropic activities in the surrounding communities and provide resources for Doctor of Physical Therapy students to attend professional meetings at state and national levels.