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News & Events

Division of Physical Therapy
1462 Clifton Rd N.E.
Suite 312
Atlanta GA 30322
Phone: (404) 712-5660 (General Info)
Phone: (404) 727-4002 (Admissions)
Email: PT Admissions
Accreditation and Program Outcomes

What Our Students and Alumni Are Saying

“I’ve learned not to be afraid to think outside the box and to tailor your treatments specifically to your patients. I’ve learned to be very creative and just never quit.”

Emma FaulknerDPT, 2015

“Narrative reflection gave me a prescriptive way to digest these sometimes really tough encounters in such a way that I felt I gained some insight and was better equipped to handle similar situations in the future.”

Rob KoesterDPT, 2015

“Emory University’s DPT program has blown me away! I am so glad to have chosen it and gotten to know the welcoming faculty and staff. It was inspiring to see such dedicated people around me and get to learn together at conferences, national PT meetings, and local community service events. There are lots of good experiences to be had in this program and the lifelong learning begins HERE. If you can choose Emory, do it.”

Emilly M. Marshall, SPTPresident, DPT Class of 2017

“I’ve applied for PT opportunities overseas, or we may come back stateside,” she says. “I worked at Hillside as a long-term volunteer and received a living stipend. My goal is to get the necessary skills so I can get a similar salaried position as a rehab director of an international nonprofit.”   (On completing her position as a Rehab Director for a faith –based non-profit in Southern Belize.)

Lori (Northcraft) BaxterDPT/MPH, 2010

“I’ve enjoyed partnering with the university to understand how we can reduce waste, still have cost savings, and match what our consumers are seeing outside the health care arena.”

Catherine MaloneyMPT, 95, PT and Beyond

“I think the knowledge that I have gained from the orthopedic residency will be invaluable to my growth as an independent practitioner.”

Rachelle LevyDPT, 2012

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