News & Stories

Stay up to date on the latest happenings in Chatham's Department of Physical Therapy. Catch up on the latest stories below.

Chatham Alums Help Spread PT Knowledge to Therapists in Kenya

When Jocelyn Vojcsik, DPT ’10, went to Kenya in November to teach working physical therapy students, she wasn’t sure what to expect—but she went into the two-week program with confidence. 

“That could be overwhelming or daunting,” she said during a phone interview in December. “But I think Chatham sets you up to have all of these tools in your toolbox.” 

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Jillian Caster, DPT ’08 (front right), and Associate Professor Michelle “Missy” Criss (middle row, second from right) pose with physiotherapists they taught in Nairobi, Kenya. (Photo courtesy of Michelle Criss)

DPT Class of 2022

Welcome to our newest colleagues, Chatham DPT Class of 2022! We wish them the best of luck on their licensing exam and their new endeavors.


Congratulations to Dr. Sue Perry


Chatham DPT wants to congratulate Sue Perry for receiving the prestigious 2022 Lucy Blair Service Award from the American Physical Therapy Association.

This honor is well deserved for her numerous years of service to our profession!

Learn more about Dr. Sue Perry's accomplishments and this award on Pulse@ChathamU by clicking here.



Celebrating World Physical Therapy Day

World Physical Therapy Day occurs every September 8th, raising awareness about the critical role of physical therapists in helping us stay healthy and mobile—but with a renowned program celebrating 25 years of achievements, Physical Therapy Day is pretty much every day at ChathamU! 

Join us on Pulse@ChathamU as we look back on some of our favorite DPT stories from years past.

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