Doctor of Physical Therapy Continuing Education

The Lebanon Valley College faculty is impressed by our local clinical community and are here to help take your career to its next phase. Our continuing education programs highlight the skills that best serve your patients and the learning experiences that impact you as a clinician.

We’ve created professional development continuing education opportunities based on:

  • Flexible educational delivery options (online, lecture-based, webinars, lab-intensive, home study, and hybrid models) geared around your busy personal and professional life
  • Optimized learning opportunities that will make you a better clinician
  • An educational curriculum grounded in current evidence, patient values, and the “art” of Evidence-Bases Physical Therapy Practice
  • Experience gained by career professionals and academics.

We welcome any questions you have regarding our career-enhancement professional development programs.



To provide innovative and high-impact continuing education learning experiences that enhance clinical practice in our clinical community, drive professional development of LVC faculty and students, and cultivate clinical relationships creating a competitive advantage for our health professional programs.

Continuing Education Schedule

Contact Mike Fink, chair and associate professor of physical therapy, with questions.

Upcoming Courses

“Balance and Fall Prevention in Community-Dwelling Older Adults”
Two-course Professional Credential Series presented by APTA Geriatrics

Dates: Nov. 4–6, 2022 & March 25–26, 2023
40.75 contact hours

The Balance & Fall Prevention Professional credential will provide a national, uniform indicator that a physical therapist possesses specialized, advanced knowledge, skills, and competence in the practice of balance and fall prevention in community-dwelling older adults. This interactive credential course series is designed for experienced physical therapists pursuing advanced expertise.

Learn more and register here.