The Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program is a comprehensive educational pathway designed to equip individuals with the expertise to assess, diagnose, and provide effective rehabilitation for a wide range of musculoskeletal, neurological, and functional conditions. This program integrates scientific knowledge with practical skills, preparing graduates to excel as skilled and compassionate physical therapists.
The DPT program typically spans 5 years, encompassing academic coursework and clinical rotations.
The curriculum includes an in-depth study of foundational sciences such as anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, and neuroscience, along with specialized courses in clinical assessment, therapeutic interventions, and evidence-based practice.
Clinical rotations provide hands-on experience in real-world healthcare settings under the guidance of experienced practitioners. These rotations help students refine their practical skills, enhance patient interaction, and apply classroom learning to real patients.
The program fosters collaboration with professionals from other healthcare disciplines, preparing graduates for effective teamwork in diverse medical environments.
Beyond technical skills, the DPT program emphasizes communication, ethical decision-making, cultural competence, and leadership, ensuring graduates are well-rounded healthcare professionals.
Graduates of the DPT program are equipped for various roles in clinical practice, sports rehabilitation, specialized areas such as pediatrics and geriatrics, research, academia, and more.
Basic Eligibility Criteria for DPT
- The applicant must have passed FSc (Pre-Medical) / A-Level, American School, etc. with a minimum of 60% marks. (In case of A “Level” or Ex Pakistani qualification, Applicant must provide equivalence certificate.
The shortlisted candidates qualifying the eligibility criteria will be called for an interview.
Allocated Seats: 25
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