Offering the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree is one example of Radford University’s commitment to educate highly competent practitioners to serve the needs of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the nation. This department strives to develop leading practitioners who will improve access and quality of care for aging and underserved populations. Learn More »

DPT Dispatch and News

  1. RUDPT Student Receives Praise During Clinical Education »

    11/20/2017

    Julianne Bal Recognized for Clinical Experience

  2. CATS 2017 »

    11/15/2017

    RUDPT Student participate in CATS Equipment Scrub at SML

  3. Collaborating Across Borders »

    10/15/2017

    RUDPT Students present research in Canada

  4. VPTA Student Conclave »

    10/13/2017

    RUDPT Students at VPTA Student Conclave

  5. Huth PhD Dissertation Proposal »

    10/8/2017

    Renee Huth presented her PhD dissertation proposal at VPTA

  6. AAOMPT Student Special Interest Group »

    10/1/2017

    Radford University physical therapy students establish the inaugural AAOMPT Student Special Interest Group (SIG). Student leadership organize, participate, and administer the learning experiences of the SIG.

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