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Work with real patients, beginning your first semester

From clinical experiences to service learning opportunities and working with real patients in the on-campus Balance, Movement, and Wellness Center, you will gain the hands-on experience needed to succeed in your future career as a physical therapist.

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Meet the Faculty

At MCPHS you'll find passionate and engaged educators who are leaders in the field of Physical Therapy.
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  • Josh Leitão, PharmD and Laurianne Murphy, Physician Assistant Studies.
    Interprofessional education (IPE) is key to preparing future healthcare leaders. Hundreds of MCPHS students participated in a virtual IPE book club to discuss the importance of collaboration in care.
  • PT student watching patient run on treadmill using a computer assistant.

    Physical therapists have a variety of clinical and nonclinical career opportunities. In fact, more than 80 percent of PTs practice in settings outside of a traditional hospital.

  • Physical therapist working with patient.

    Physical therapists and occupational therapists both fall within the rehabilitative sciences and share many similarities, however there are distinct differences in the approach each takes with a patient's rehabilitative care.

  • Students sitting at tables and collaborating during IPE Day.

    On Wednesday, June 5, students across the Worcester and Manchester campuses participated in the University's annual IPE Day.