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OnlinePhysicalTherapyPrograms.com was created as a free resource to help students considering a doctor of physical therapy find information on programs and learn what they need to do to become physical therapists. We strive to offer comprehensive information that not only helps students select programs, but also guides them through the many steps necessary to earn state licensure.
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