318 Forum - Matthew Martin, LSUHS Clinical Instructor of Physical Therapy, highlight the benefits of physical therapy for the people of the Shreveport-Bossier Community and the work being done to improve patient’s well-being.
The LSU Health Shreveport Physical Therapy Program offers an entry-level Doctor of Physical Therapy degree for persons interested in becoming a Physical Therapist. The degree is designed for students who have completed a baccalaureate degree and required prerequisite coursework. The Program is a three year program comprised of 9 semesters. The curriculum is aimed at producing outstanding clinical skills in Physical Therapy including, diagnosis, clinical reasoning, program planning, and therapeutic intervention. The program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education.
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318 Forum - LSUHS Physical Therapists, Dr. Megan Flavin and Dr. Matthew Martin, share the importance of rehabilitation in the promotion of healing and recovery to achieving a meaningful quality of life.
318 Forum - Dr. Daniel Flowers, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy shares how in short, health benefits are observed with physcial activity. Do not get discouraged. Stay moving, stay active and remember that you can only be there for the ones you love if you make sure to take care of yourself.
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