Chairperson of the department:
Dario G. Liebermann , PhD
Administrative assistance: Mrs. Rachel Razgour
Tel: 972-3-6405458, 972-3-6409019
The Physical Therapy Department of the Stanley Steyer School of Health Sciences
integration of clinical and basic research with community outreach programs and
the interaction with
medical and academic institutions in Israel and abroad.
The department owes its reputation to it high academic standards in teaching
research in the undergraduate and graduate programs.
Our research laboratories are equipped with the latest research technologies in
physical therapy sciences.
At present, research is being carried out in four different laboratories:
- Pain laboratory
- Force Measurement and Clinical Assessment laboratory
- Muscle Biology laboratory
- Movement Sciences laboratory
Our department comprises a team of staff members, experts in their respective
fields of research,
which publish their work in peer-reviewed world-recognized journals.
Students from all corners of the country benefit from training and teaching
programs that include different areas of clinical interest, and guided
practicum in hospitals and clinics.
In concert with the calling of the Stanley Steyer School of Health Professions
and Tel Aviv
University, the Department of Physical Therapy is dedicated to excellence in
research, and has embraced the following aims:
To provide the highest level of Physical Therapy education for students.
To meet health-care consumer needs in physical therapy with excellently BPT and
Our mission is based on the following values:
Student focus: We are devoted to the art and science of education.
We foster the individual's student's integration of clinical, basic and
applied, and personal skills
through respect and support.
Professional leadership: Our faculty is committed to strategically position the
profession of Physical
Therapy throughout the health care continuum.
we diligently pursue the advancement of research to provide evidence for the
basic theoretical and
clinical knowledge, and to attain optimal functional outcomes
Learning is an ongoing lifelong process, and we strive to instill in each
student responsibility for his own education:
1. We believe in the right of each student and faculty member to pursue
academic excellence which
fosters growth of the individual, professionally and
2. The Physical Therapy profession uses techniques that stimulate
intellectual development and
provides students with knowledge and skills necessary
3. Scientific research is absolutely essential for professional
credentials and recognition.
4. We see Physical Therapy as an independent discipline, which fosters