Logan Walters ’14, D’16 achieved his goal of becoming a sports certified specialist.
Graduates of LVC’s Physical Therapy Program boasted a 100% job offer rate for those who responded to our annual survey, as well as a more than 90% pass rate on the physical therapy board exam. Recent graduates are working as physical therapists, pediatric physical therapists, college physical therapy assistants, facility directors/physical therapists, and self-employed physical therapists throughout Pennsylvania and in Arizona, Canada, Maryland, New Jersey, South Carolina, Vermont, and Washington, D.C.
ultimate pass rate of licensure exam (all years).
employment rate 2019-20 (two-year average)
first-time pass rate licensure exam 2019-20 (two-year average).
graduation rate from the professional phase 2019-20 (two-year average).
Physical therapy graduates Dr. R.J. Kupsho ’18, D’20 and Dr. Jonathan Harned ’18, D’20 prepare to start their professional careers in prestigious residency programs at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Tyler Gilson, D ’10 talks about his clinical placement and travel physical therapy work in Alaska.
Dr. Craig Miller and Dr. Ines Antensteiner Miller not only graduated from Lebanon Valley College with doctoral degrees in physical therapy and employment offers, but also with a promise and commitment to each other.