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Class of 2016

Class of 2016 Clinical Pathways (White Coat) Ceremony

Pathways Ceremony Class 2016

Kendra Page, Michelle McDonald, Andrew Manke, and Ashley Lemming (Class of 2016)

Nancy Hickman PT

Nancy Hickman PT receiving the Mary Lou Barnes Award for Distinguished Professional Service.

Sara Giebell

Sara Giebell receives her white coat from Dr. Anne Swisher.

WVU PT Students in Simulation Lab

1st Year WVU Physical Therapy Students learning in the Health Sciences Center State-of-the-Art Simulation Lab.

Relay for Life

WVU Physical Therapy students “Give Back” through participation in the 2014 Relay for Life.

Elizabeth Marshall SPT

Elizabeth Marshall SPT receives her White Coat and is congratulated by Professor MaryBeth Mandich PT, PhD (Chairperson) and Burt Reed (Keynote Speaker).

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Faculty member receives Fulbright Award

WVU School of Medicine faculty member receives Fulbright Award, Professor Anne Swisher first in Division of Physical Therapy

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Upcoming Continuing Education Course March 6-8

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Physical Therapy Student Orientation (Class of 2018)

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Welcome to the Division of Physical Therapy


The Department of Human Performance and Applied Exercise Science consists not only of the Division of Physical Therapy, but also includes the Divisions of Exercise Physiology and Occupational Therapy. This administrative arrangement expands the Division’s resources and opportunities for students.

We have 40 years of experience in professional physical therapy education and have been recognized both within and outside the University for our high quality program. Our students, faculty, and staff belong to something bigger than just themselves... and we're happy to share this tradition of excellence by serving the public, the profession, and you.

MaryBeth Mandich, PT, PhD
Professor and Chairperson


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