Is a Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree Worth It? If you’re dreaming about helping patients restore their mobility and quality of life, and you’re exploring what it would take to become a physical therapist, you may be wondering, “Is a degree in physical therapy worth it?” The answer to this question depends, of course, on your personal career goals. Some people choose to become physical therapist assistants because only a two-year associate degree is required. It’s true that pursuing a doctorate takes time and effort; however, there are countless advantages to earning a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. To that end, let’s look at some of the factors that make a Doctor in Physical Therapy (DPT) degree the best first step on an exceptional career Read more
Dr. Khalil Mrabe is an instructor at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences on the Miami, FL campus. As a professional within the therapy industry, Dr. Mrabe possesses knowledge regarding the delivery of well-rounded, client-centered services to individuals, communities and populations. He has an academic and professional background in education, kinesiology and is a California certified massage therapist and bodyworker.
Through his research, Dr. Mrabe has been a guest speaker and presenter at universities, professional conferences and continuing education platforms for current and future occupational therapy practitioners. He continues to advocate for all forms of social justice endeavors that promote the equitable participation, performance and prosperity of all people within society.