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A stimulating experience

Find out how physiotherapy researchers use advanced techniques like brain stimulation to study and treat individuals with neurological disorders.

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Our Mission

The School of Physiotherapy educates physiotherapists who excel; conduct research that advances the practice and promotes high standards of health.

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Focus on Function

Explore how technology is used to link basic science with functional activity to improve quality of life.

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Heart meets brain

Discover ground-breaking research supporting the positive effects of aerobic exercise on cognition.

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Physiotherapists understand

Physiotherapists understand how the body moves, what keeps it from moving well and how to restore mobility. Consider physiotherapy as a profession.

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Work as part of a team

Working as part of a health-care team or independently, find out how physiotherapist researchers strive to improve the health and mobility of their patients.

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Explore our graduate programs

A centre for education, research and clinical excellence, learn more about Dalhousie's School of Physiotherapy three graduate programs.

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Alumni Family

Our graduates are an ever-growing source of pride, as well as support to the faculty and school.

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Celebrating Success

The success of the Physiotherapy program is determined by the success of its people.

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About the School of Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a diverse and interesting discipline involving the study of physical function of the human body in health and disease. The School of Physiotherapy's MSc programs educate physiotherapists and scientists who excel in their profession through advanced education and research training in the rehabilitation sciences. Learn more about our programs.

Faculty and Research

The faculty at the School of Physiotherapy take their research responsibilities seriously and recognize the value of their research to the profession and the community at large.

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Notices

Canadian Physiotherapy Association Indigenous Student Award

The Indigenous Student Award is a $10,000 educational grant open to all Canadian Indigenous students (First Nations status or non-status, Inuit, or Métis) enrolled in an accredited Canadian post-secondary physiotherapy program.

Important Notice from Student Accessibility Services 


Students with disabilities are encouraged to register as quickly as possible at the Advising Access Service Centre (AASC) if they wish to receive academic accommodations. To do so please phone 494-2836, email access@dal.ca, drop in at the new Mark A. Hill Accessibility Centre or visit the Student Accessibility website. Students are also reminded that, for convenience, all forms are now available on that website.