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TWU School of Physical Therapy Friends Program

The TWU School of Physical Therapy has a Friends Program for persons who wish to support the mission of the School.   Alumni, former faculty, patients who have benefitted from physical therapy, health, and business leaders in the community have always contributed to the success of the School.  The Friends Program allows the School to conduct activities that are not funded by the state.  Recent activities included a reception at the annual meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association where faculty and students networked with leaders of the APTA and Research Conferences in Houston and Dallas which highlighted presentations by students and keynote addresses by nationally recognized researchers in physical therapy. Other activities supported by the School include student attendance at state and national professional events, as well as faculty support for development in unique areas of study or research. More about “TWU School of Physical Therapy Friends Program”...

Corporate Sponsors: ($10,000)

MHSMR Logo Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
2011-2013 sponsor of the Houston Campus PT Research Conferences


Sustaining Partners ($2500)

Partners ($1000)

Sponsors ($500)

Friends ($100)

  • Friends ($100)
  • 3D PT, PLLC
  • ARC Rehab Services/Arpeggio Staffing Services (Rommel Marquez, PT, TWU Alum)
  • Aspen Home Healthcare
  • Goddard Orthopedic & Sports Therapy
  • Nova Medical Centers 
  • Physicare, Inc.
  • Reliant Pro Rehabilitation in Plano, TX
  • Texas Orthopedic Specialists, P.A.

page updated 9/10/2014 8:58 AM

Academic / Administrative Complaints & Appeals

Course Rotation (pdf)

School of PT has identified 5 DPT Graduate Outcomes that prepare our students to be good physical therapists.

Essential Functions (pdf) describe the program's expectations of its PT students and provides some contact information.

18 Doctoral Characteristics

Announcements

 

Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation is the corporate sponsor for the Houston Campus PT Research Conferences for 2011-2013.

TWU DPT students meet the Reach100 Membership Challenge for 2014. This is a nationwide challenge to encourage APTA student membership. Programs that have reached 80-100% membership are honored.