Members of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program Class of 2019 celebrated their graduation at The Evergreen on Friday, May 17 in Portland with their partners, family, friends, and faculty.
Pacific University’s Physical Therapy Program Participates in Hillsboro School District’s Healthy Kids Track Meet
Eight Pacific University students and alumna volunteered to help support Hillsboro School District’s Healthy Kids Track Meet in May.
Tabitha Galindo '19 has received American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) Mary McMillan Scholarship Award, the organization’s most prestigious student award
Dr. Stacy Wong, PT, DPT, PCS will join the Physical Therapy Program as a full-time faculty effective the 2019-2020 academic year.
The Physical Therapy Program would like to congratulate 2019 scholarship awardees, who were selected based on a variety of criteria including professional involvement, leadership endeavors, community service, and academic and clinical standing, among others.
For the second year in a row, School of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training students volunteered for Community Action, a non-profit organization that assists residents of Washington County in need. During their annual benefit, Kaleidoscope, our students assisted by registering guests and processing gifts.
Seventeen first-year PT students volunteered with AT students, PA students, and AT program alumni at a Special Olympics Oregon (SOOR) Unified Champion Schools (UCS) High School Basketball North Regional Tournament.
Michael Gable MSPT ’02, DPT ’03 is the author of Beyond Tape: The Guide to Climbing Injury Treatment and Prevention, which was recently featured in Rock and Ice, a magazine devoted to rock and ice climbing and mountaineering.
Oregon’s first National Advocacy Dinner was held on March 7th at Pacific University.National Advocacy Dinners help students engage in advocacy for the physical therapy profession.
Several physical therapy faculty, alumni and students presented their work at the 2019 Oregon Physical Therapy Association – Annual Conference in Portland.