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     College of Allied Health Sciences
 Department of Physical Therapy

Doctoral Degree
 
 
PT Degree Pic The ECU Department of Physical Therapy offers a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree.  The DPT is a three-year, 106 semester hour program that includes 32 weeks of clinical education.

The program has a long history of a strong commitment to entry-level PT education, research, scholarship and service to the institution, community and profession. 
Research
 
 
Research Picture The Human Movement Analysis Laboratory (HMAL) is located within the Department of Physical Therapy in the Health Sciences Building at East Carolina University. We are dedicated to minimizing the impact of movement-related limitations through identification of injury mechanisms and effective rehabilitation strategies. View more information about the lab and the research being conducted there on the 
 
Neuroscience Laboratory
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Neuro The Neuroscience Laboratory is focused on understanding the cellular mechanism involved in the development and recovery from chronic pain following central nervous system injury. The lab is also investigating the neuroprotective effect of exercise and other pharmacotherapies in the treatment of chronic pain associated with diseases such as Diabetes and Alzheimer’s. View more information on the lab website.

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PT Clinics
 
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ECU Physical therapy is affiliated with the ECU Brody School of Medicine and ECU Neurosurgery & Spine Center. The clinic only employs licensed physical therapists. There are no technicians or assistants providing care to ensure you of outstanding physical therapy interventions. 

The therapists treat a variety of injuries and diagnoses in all ages and physical activity levels. The focus of the clinic is spine and orthopedic related injuries, although the therapists are licensed and qualified to treat numerous pathologies.

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News and Events
 
Sarah Johnson Web Dr. Johnson Completes Intermediate Certification

Dr. Sarah Johnson recently completed her intermediate certification in manual therapy from Maitland-Australian Physiotherapy Seminars (MAPS).  In order to complete this certification Dr. Johnson had to take six courses in manual therapy and pass written and laboratory examination.   The Maitland-Australian Certification is the most widely recognized manual therapy certification in physical therapy.



 
Open House
Open House on Oct. 25

Come learn more about the Department of Physical Therapy at Open House Oct. 25 at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. in the Heath Sciences Building room 1410. Register here to attend our open house. Shuttle buses will run from the front of the Student Recreation Center on main campus to the Health Sciences Campus. View more information about ECU Open House

 
 
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The Doctor of Physical Therapy program at East Carolina University is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), 1111 North Fairfax Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314; telephone: 703-706-3245; email:accreditation@apta.org; website:http://www.capteonline.org.


 

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