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About the Physical Therapy Department

Our Facilities

We offer state-of-the-art facilities. The entire third floor of the Health and Natural Sciences Building is dedicated to physical therapy. The useable space by identified function consists of two classrooms equipped with media/video/smart board/projector systems, five laboratories (gross anatomy; neuro/basic skills; pediatrics; orthopedic; gait), PT library/computer room, dedicated research areas, a conference room, and six problem-based learning tutorial rooms. Our equipment availability is considered state-of-the-art for the purpose of teaching, clinical practice and research.

Support Physical Therapy

  1. Visit the UNG donation page
  2. Select a donation amount
  3. For Designation, select 'Other'
  4. In the box that appears, type 'Physical Therapy'

Thank you for your support and interest!

Core Values

Professional Duty
Social Responsibility

Mission and Goals


The UNG Department of Physical Therapy develops DPT's who through innovation and integration of research, education, service and clinical care, optimize movement and function across the life span in diverse populations.

Strategic Plan Goals

The UNG Department of Physical Therapy will produce highly competent entry-level practitioners who are innovative, problem-solving human movement specialists that practice autonomously, in an ethical, evidence-based and inter-professional manner.

The UNG Department of Physical Therapy will provide meaningful opportunities for faculty, staff, and students to engage, promote, and support the well-being of the community and PT profession.

The UNG Department of Physical Therapy will establish a nationally and internationally recognized research agenda.

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