Physical therapists play a vital role in helping others get back on their feet. Our 33-month, entry-level-accredited Doctor of Physical Therapy degree will put you on the path to being one these pivotal health care providers. In addition to our excellent classroom, research and teaching labs, UM operates a state-of-the-art physical therapy clinic and adaptive fitness center to meet the needs of the campus community and get you hands on experience from day one.



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    Neurological and Mobility Impairments

    Our Neurologial and Mobility Impairments Clinic provides rehabilitation services for adults of all ages for a variety of conditions including stroke, TBI, MS, Parkinson's, Cerebral Palsy, balance disorders, degenerative arthritis, osteoporosis, as well as many others.

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    Sports and Orthopedics

    The Sports and Orthopedics Clinic offers a variety of services to our community including post-surgical rehabilitation, osteoarthritis care and total joint replacement rehabilitation, manual manipulation, pelvic floor dysfunction therapy, instrumented assisted soft tissue mobilization, and incontinence.

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    New Directions Wellness Center

    The New Directions Wellness Center is a non-profit health promotion program for people with chronic illness or disability. We provide supervised exercise programs design to improve clients' needs and overall quality of life.