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Physical Therapy

UCF Hosts First Go Baby Go! Global Summit

Written By: Karen Guin | February 6, 2017
Physical therapists from as far away as Israel gathered Jan. 20-21 at the College of Health and Public Affairs for the first global summit of the mobility project known as Go...
Physical Therapy

Knights on the Go Cafe Featured in AmeriDisability

Written By: Karen Guin | February 1, 2017
The College of Health and Public Affairs’ Knights on the Go Café is the subject of a feature article in the latest issue of AmeriDisability magazine. Author Nancy...
Physical Therapy

For the Love of Zeke: Alumnus Creates Endowed Scholarship to Honor His Brother

Written By: Camille Murawski | January 23, 2017
UCF alumnus Adam Marek and his family have established the Russ Marek Medical Endowed Scholarship for students in the college’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. He initiated the...
Physical Therapy

Lab purchases metabolic cart

Written By: Matt Stock | January 17, 2017
Recently, the lab purchased a TrueOne2400 metabolic cart from Parvo Medics. Company owner Pat Ye, Ph.D. came to UCF to assist with setup and provided...
Physical Therapy

Student Awarded Research Grants

Written By: Matt Stock | January 10, 2017
David Phan was awarded funding from both the UCF Office of Undergraduate Research and Learning Institute for Elders (LIFE) group at UCF. His project will...
Communication Disorders Clinic

Aphasia House Turns Problems into Hope for Dan and Marla Barrett

Written By: David Janosik | January 3, 2017
The silence of aphasia — a disorder that results from damage to parts of the brain that control language and speech — has the power...
Communication Sciences and Disorders

Graduates Discover Family Ties from Class Project, Will Introduce Relatives

Written By: Rachel Williams | December 9, 2016
What began as an ordinary hangout between two University of Central Florida students and friends will end as a reunion of long-lost families. Isabel Morejon...
Communication Sciences and Disorders

Strokes Becoming More Common in Younger Adults, Aphasia House Helps

Written By: Karen Guin | December 8, 2016
Strokes are becoming more common in individuals aged 25-44, reported Abe Aboraya in a Dec. 5 segment on WMFE 90.7, a PBS affiliate. Learn how Aphasia House...
Physical Therapy

Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy Recognizes UCF DPT Faculty Member

Written By: Karen Guin | December 6, 2016
Morris “Rick” Beato, assistant clinical professor with the UCF Physical Therapy Program, received the Outstanding Service Award from the Federation of State Boards of Physical...
Communication Sciences and Disorders

UCF, National Experts Partner on Innovative Book on Head and Neck Cancers

Written By: Karen Guin | December 1, 2016
Cases in Head and Neck Cancer: A Multidisciplinary Approach presents a comprehensive overview and detailed examination of the continuum of care for patients, from diagnosis...

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