Dr. Robert Frampton

Teaching Area(s): Doctor of Physical Therapy

The reason I went into education years ago was to help students learn the complicated concepts in physical therapy education in a way that made an impact on them and changed the way PT’s interact with patients and clients.

Doctor of Physical Therapy

The University of Mount Union intends to launch a Doctor of Physical Therapy Program in the fall of 2016 pending the appropriate approvals. Follow the program’s progress through the accreditation process.

There is clearly a demand for physical therapists nationwide, and the University of Mount Union is heeding the call with the development of a Doctor of Physical Therapy Program scheduled to begin in the fall of 2016 pending the appropriate approvals.

Physical therapy is a rewarding field, and one that provides a definite return on investment for students. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that job growth in physical therapy will exceed 30% in the next 10 years, making it the 26th fastest growing occupation. More than 56,000 new physical therapy jobs are expected within the next 10 years. Physical therapy is also listed among the Buckeye Top Fifty: 2008-2018 among Ohio’s high wage occupations in demand.

Mount Union graduates will be prepared to fill this need in our society. The program pursues academic, clinical and professional excellence that will lead to a meaningful, professional career.

The Mount Union DPT program’s mission is to prepare sensitive, responsive Doctors of Physical Therapy to utilize evidence and best practices for lifelong service to patients, clients and society. The University of Mount Union has a long tradition of preparing students to be compassionate, caring humanitarians, and this is the foundation for Mount Union’s DPT program. Mount Union’s DPT curriculum is structured with opportunities for inter-professional education with our nursing, physician assistant and exercise science pre-professionals to name a few.

With Mount Union’s new state-of-the-art science facility, long-term working relationships with the Alliance Community Hospital and Cleveland Clinic (Medical Technology Program) and cooperative relationships with Canton and Youngstown area hospitals, it builds its foundation for a successful Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program.

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