Physical Therapy Program
Physical Therapy at UC
Physical Therapy Faculty
Ahmed Y. Radwan, DPT, D.P.T., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Physical Therapy
Dr. Ahmed Radwan, Associate Professor of Physical Therapy received his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Biomechanics and Physical Therapy from the University of Cairo in 2008, his Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree from Utica College in 2007, his Master’s degree (2003) and Bachelor’s degree (1998) in Physical Therapy from the University of Cairo. Dr. Radwan has been teaching at both the entry level and Post-professional level of physical therapy education for the last 16 years and has been affiliated with Utica College since 2006. His research interests include the biomechanical analysis (motion and 3D gait analysis) of different musculoskeletal and orthopedic clinical problems. He has been practicing as a physical therapist since 1998 with an interest in musculoskeletal clinical practice in both Egypt and the United States. His areas of expertise include the spine, the knee, particularly the ACL, shoulder injuries and rehabilitation. Courses taught: PHT649, 749, 816, DPT 582, 584, 589 and more.
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Supplemental Items For PTCAS Applicants ALL DPT Applicants must download, read, sign, and date these three (3) forms:
- the Essential Functions of a Physical Therapist form
- the Disciplinary History form
- the Office of the Professions Statement form
- the Clinical Observation Form
...and return all three to:
Utica College Graduate Admissions
120 White Hall
1600 Burrstone Road
Utica, NY 13502
NOTE: Your application will NOT BE COMPLETE until these signed and dated forms are returned to the Graduate Admissions office.