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Gannon's physical therapy program prepares you for a meaningful career in a variety of clinical and community health settings to help patients improve movement, perform functional everyday activities, and discover increased quality of life. Receive individualized faculty mentoring and pursue courses grounded in the sciences to best prepare you for the rigors of graduate school and your profession. Leverage your potential in our guaranteed admission program to earn a BS in Health Science and Doctor of Physical Therapy through the accelerated 3+3 or traditional 4+3 track options.
Gain real-world knowledge through key courses including:
Gannon's physical therapy program provides you with an array of opportunities to prepare you for a purposeful career. You will:
“I have evolved into an open-minded, educated and powerful woman because of the friends, professors and mentors that I have met within (my) program and the university. I have never felt more prepared to take on my career, and life in general, because of the lessons I have learned while studying here at Gannon.”
Phone: 814-871-7240Toll Free: 1-800-426-6668
Office Location:Gitnik Manse162 W. Sixth St.
Kristine LegtersProfessorAssc Dean, Rehabilitative ScChairperson
Matthew CasterAssistant Professor
Jillian CasterAssistant ProfessorCo-Director of Clinical Ed.
Carolyn GalleherAssistant ProfessorAssc Director, DPT (Erie)
Beth GustafsonAssistant Professor
Constance LewisAsst Teaching Professor
Adriane MacPhedranAssistant Professor
Courtney RocaAssistant ProfessorCo-Director of Clinical Ed.
Donna SkellyAssistant Professor
Kristen SnarskiAssistant Professor
Jonathan UlrichAssistant Professor
Amanda DaileyAdjunct Lecturer
Mary EighmyAdjunct Lecturer
Brian GustafsonAdjunct Lecturer
Michele KretzingAdjunct Lecturer
Zachary MatternAdjunct Lecturer
Eric MeyerAdjunct Lecturer
Rebecca Nick-DartAdjunct Lecturer
Dominic RiosAdjunct Lecturer
Shannon WillAdjunct Lecturer