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Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy

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School of Health Professions News: Spring/Early Summer 2020

Division of Physician Assistant Studies Distinguished Professor and Director Anthony Miller, M.Ed., PA-C, along with Bettie Coplan, MPAS, PA-C, of Northern Arizona University, received funding from the Physician Assistant Education Association to conduct scholarship and new research related to the impact of doctoral entry-level degrees in the health professions. Associate Professor of Physical Therapy Lisa […]

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Health Professions News: Winter/Spring ’19-’20

Shenandoah health professions students held their first baby lab this winter in Winchester and at Scholar Plaza, Loudoun. Students examined gross, fine and oral motor development skills with each baby’s parents.  Athletic Training The Division of Athletic Training (AT) kicked off National Athletic Training Month by hosting “A Day in the Life of an Athletic […]

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School of Health Professions News: Summer 2019

Bailey Dove and Camtran Huynh, both members of the SU PA Program class of 2020, were selected to be student representatives to the board of the Virginia Rural Health Association (VRHA), a nonprofit organization that works to improve the health of 2.5 million people who live in rural Virginia. Dove is based at the Winchester […]

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Alumni Successes

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Pocket PT

Shenandoah University alumnus Jeff Botta ’10, DPT, is in the vanguard of providing teletherapy services through his Winchester, Virginia, physical therapy practice. He is choosing to implement and advocate for the utilization of this new wave of health care. Teletherapy is still new and still growing, and I am learning as I go,” said Botta. […]

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Flying with the Philadelphia Eagles

Shenandoah alumnus Trey Kunz ’14, DPT, keeps NFL players healthy as a performance physical therapist (PT) for the Philadelphia Eagles. Since graduating from Shenandoah with a dual Doctor of Physical Therapy/Master of Science in Athletic Training, Kunz has built an impressive resume. We caught up with him to ask a few questions about this phase […]

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Physical Therapy News: Fall 2018

The fall semester proved to be an active one for Shenandoah’s physical therapy (PT) program. Here are just a few of the highlights:  Abraham’s Work Published Dean of the School of Health Professions and Professor of Physical Therapy Karen Abraham, PT, Ph.D., is one of the authors of “Disability, Pelvic Girdle Pain, and Depressive Symptoms in […]

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