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About the DPT Program


Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS)
Date: 7 June 2018
Location: Fort Sam Houston, TX (DMRTI Building)
Audience: Students, Alumni, and Special Guests
Topic: Physical Therapy Practice in the Acute Care Setting

DLS is an annual event that highlights a specific area of physical therapy. The intent of the course is to augment curriculum content or introduce emerging topics in the profession. For specific information regarding DLS please email the link provided below.

Our Program

The Army-Baylor University DPT program is a top-ranked physical therapy school committed to "producing clinician scientists and leaders of tomorrow." Through excellence in academics and clinical education, we select and train highly-qualified individuals to become active duty military physical therapists.

Since 1922, the US Army has trained physical therapists to meet the needs of injured soldiers. In 1971, the United States Army and Baylor University partnered to establish and conduct a graduate-level, physical therapy training program for the armed forces. Since that time, this program has continuously adapted to meet the physical therapy needs of the armed forces through excellence in academic coursework, clinical education, research and professional development of uniformed physical therapists.

Ms. Veronica Kiley
Outreach Coordinator
Program email link

Army-Baylor University Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy
BLDG 2841 STE 1301 3630 Stanley Road
Joint Base San Antonio - Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234-6100