Today we welcome Dr. Casey Unverzagt (Director of Admissions of Baylor DPT Program) in which he provides his insight on the design and background of the new 2 year DPT program, benefits for students compared to other programs, what separates Baylor from other programs, insight on elements of CAPTE candidacy/ accreditation, what makes a great educator, how to become a DPT program director, and more!
Casey Unverzagt is the Director of Admissions for Baylor University’s new 2-year DPT program slated to start Jan 2018. Dr. Unverzagt received his Bachelor’s of Science from the University of Puget Sound (2003), DPT degree from Slippery Rock University of PA (2006), and his Doctorate of Science in Orthopaedic and Manual Therapy from Andrews University in Michigan (2014). He completed a sports residency in the state of Washington, and is an ABPTS board certified Orthopaedic and Sports Clinical Specialist. He teaches for Scorebuilders, Evidence in Motion, South College, and Slippery Rock University. Dr. Unverzagt is currently finishing his fellowship in Orthopaedic and Manual Therapy from the Evidence in Motion Institute of Health Professions.
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