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PT Laboratories

Facilities
The School of Physical Therapy is housed in McWhorter Hall, the 80,000 square foot health sciences building adjoining the Gordon E. Inman Center. McWhorter Hall opened in 2010.

With state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories, this new facility provides students with cutting edge technology to enhance their professional preparation.

The facility also enhances opportunity for interprofessional study with allied health students from other disciplines, including those preparing for careers in nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy and social work.

Click the links above to learn more about each laboratory in the School of Physical Therapy and take a virtual tour of the PT and other health science labs below.

PT Fourth Floor Labs

McWhorter Fourth Floor features the Gross Motor Skills lab where students learn to assess and treat patients with neurologic diagnoses and mobility challenges and the Motion Analysis lab complete with an 8 camera motion capture system and in-floor force plate.

PT Anatomy Lab

This lab is a 12 bay human cadaver lab with state-of-the art-technology for dissecting and projection to large screens.

Health Sciences Third Floor

The third floor features of the Human Performance labs where musculoskeletal assessment and treatment skills are taught. The tour starts on the third floor of the Gordon E. Inman Center, so you will need to follow the hallway straight ahead to nearly the end and look for the hallway on your right. Then, follow that hallway nearly to the end to find the PT lab (room 302) on your left.

Health Sciences Second Floor

The second floor features one of the Human Performance labs utilized for PT and OT hands-on practice. The tour starts on the second floor of the Gordon E. Inman Center, so you will need to follow the hallway to the end, turn right, look for the next hallway on your right, and follow that nearly to the end to find the PT lab (room 205) on your left.

Health Sciences First Floor

The first floor features our Health and Wellness PT/OT lab used for teaching and research. The tour starts in the lobby of the Gordon E. Inman Center, so follow the hallway to the left of the lobby, and then turn right onto the next hallway. Follow this hallway beyond the nursing classrooms and simulation labs, which are also featured in the virtual tour, until almost the end where you will reach the PT lab (room 101) on your left.




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