Hollie has been highly dedicated to the specialties of oncology, chronic pain management, and pelvic floor rehabilitation. She received her Certified Lymphedema Therapist CLThas a strong orthopedic background and has taken extensive pelvic floor, chronic pain, myofascial trigger point, and fascial manipulation coursework.
Transcript Coursework Entry You must enter all United States and Canadian coursework attempted exactly as it appears on your official transcripts, including those that were attempted, failed, repeated, and withdrawn. How to Enter Your Courses Do not enter courses from memory.
Refer to a personal copy of your transcripts. Enter each course once from the transcript provided by the school where you originally took the course, even if the credits transferred to another institution. Enter all courses, even if they do not fulfill a prerequisite or you later repeated them.
Enter courses in order Coursework for physical therapy oldest to most recent. Enter community college courses completed during summer terms.
Enter placement exams eg, CLEP or a departmental exam where college credit was earned.
Do not enter foreign coursework completed outside of the United States or Canada, unless it is a study-abroad program. PTCAS will not enter your courses for you unless you pay an additional fee.
PTCAS will return your application to you for corrections or explanation if there are a significant number of course discrepancies or omissions. Your application will be placed on hold until the corrections are fixed. If you fail to properly enter all of your courses when you first submit your application or do not make timely corrections as requested, your application will be delayed in processing and you may jeopardize your chances for admission.
Add a Semester Select the institution and click the "Add Semester" button. Next, select the term, year, and academic status.
See more explanation below under "Review and Finalized Transcripts. Course Code Enter the departmental prefix and course number for the course, such as BIOLexactly as it appears on your transcript.
If the course prefix is numeric on the transcript, enter it on the application in the same format. Do not include section numbers. Course Title Enter the full title of the course, such as "Introduction to Biology," exactly as it appears on your transcript.
Subject Select from the dropdown list the subject that best describes the content of the course.
If the subject is not on this list, search for another subject area related to this course and select it from the list. The subject must be chosen from the list provided.
Credits Enter the attempted credit value for the course, exactly as it appears on your transcript. If you completed courses with unit credits, you may need to convert the unit hours to semester hours eg, 1.
Enter credit conversions before submitting the application. Grade Enter the grade exactly as it appears on your transcript.
For non-graded courses, enter the appropriate letter abbreviation:Azusa Pacific's DPT degree program provides a solid generalist physical therapy education to students seeking preparation for academic or clinical therapist roles. The Doctor of Physical Therapy Program prepares the student for licensure and practice in the field of physical therapy.
Candidates for licensure must hold a post-baccalaureate degree in physical therapy from an accredited institution. The Center for Brain Research and Rehabilitation, directed by Steven Morrison, PhD, is utilized for human research and physical therapy coursework.
Development of the Coursework Tools Coursework tools (CWT) for foreign educated physical therapists (CWT ) Prior to the oversight of physical therapist education came under the auspices of the American Medical Association (AMA).
Boston University’s Fellowship in Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy, in collaboration with ProEx Physical Therapy, offers the opportunity for licensed physical therapists to elevate their level of clinical practice, advance their careers, and become leaders in the physical therapy profession.
Students in physical therapy assistant Associate of Applied Science programs learn techniques such as hydrotherapy, traction, and massage to help alleviate the physical pain that patients experience.