Be a physical therapist

Do you want to improve people’s quality of life? Help them recover after an accident or illness? Work with a variety of people?

You should consider being a doctor of physical therapy. Now is the time to apply to Des Moines University! The Physical Therapist Centralized Application Service (PTCAS) is now accepting applications for the 2010-2011 cycle (classes start August 2011). Due to our rolling admission policy it is best to submit your application early in the process.

Here are some of the features of our 34-month D.P.T. program:

Don’t forget to review our prerequisite courses and observation requirement before applying. If you have any questions about the application cycle or the D.P.T. program contact us.

Also, check out this story in the Des Moines Register about one of our physical therapists in the Des Moines University Clinic, Lance LeFurge and his 15-month deployment to Afghanistan.

3 responses to “Be a physical therapist

  1. This is a great article, it’s about physical therapist and it’s also too much interesting, the knowledge about physical therapy is also increase out knowledge. I think it’s also help us in future by veracious way. Thanks Katie Pearce for you sweet article.

  2. Physiotherapy is playing a vital role in curing a number of diseases nowadays. This method of treatment does not include any direct consumption of medicines. So the physical therapy course offered by DMU will be helpful to those who want to make a career in this trade.

  3. I genuinely feel that this is a great initiative taken by DMU to introduce such a course.After going through the D.P.T.Program i feel that this is an intensive program and the students who are/will be undertaking the course will get a hands on experience too.Great course to undertake.Thanks a lot for the details.

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