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This site will provide academic resources for students and faculty in the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Mercyhurst College.
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Physical therapy specializes in protecting and restoring function and mobility through the use of therapeutic exercise, functional training and patient education. 

Physical Therapist Assistants work with individuals under the supervision/direction of a Physical Therapist to treat individuals using various therapy methods in order to promote healing and rehabilitation.

Specific therapies include:


Recreational Therapy




Massage Therapy

This guide is designed to help students and faculty access credible resources related to Physical Therapy.  Use the tabs above and to the right to find subject specific physical therapy resources.

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