Hear from our own people what makes the UW–Madison Doctor of Physical Therapy Program a place to thrive. From expert faculty to supportive peers and unique clinical opportunities, the program produces well-rounded physical therapists.

A "family" environment

Lisa Steinkamp, director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, shares her thoughts on what separates the program from other schools.

Admissions answers

Amy Schubert, director of admissions, provides details on some of the common questions the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program receives from prospective students.

Top-notch faculty

Jill Thein-Nissenbaum, associate professor of physical therapy, talks about her “other office,” working with student-athletes from 22 Badgers teams.

A variety of clinical partners

Jean Duncan, director of clinical education, talks about preparing students to practice in a variety of settings through clinical experiences with partner organizations across the country.

Pushing each other to succeed

Doctor of Physical Therapy Program students Pedro and Tyler share their experience acclimating to the program, managing the rigor of school, and staying involved.