Student Physical Therapy Association

 The Daemen College Student Physical Therapy Association (SPTA) is a group of professional phase physical therapy students that together participate and operate many activities held on campus and throughout the community. The purposes of this organization include uniting students who are members of this organization in a spirit of inclusiveness, cooperation and initiative through educational, service and social activities. The SPTA also provides opportunities for members to enhance their academic and clinical knowledge of Physical Therapy and related fields, while developing the members' professional, leadership and mentor skills. Additionally the SPTA works to establish and maintain standards for the government of its student body, while raising the prestige of the Physical Therapist on the college campus, and promoting service to the community (department, college, profession, community).

Student Physical Therapy Association Newsletter

Student Physical Therapy Association Officers

Class of 2015

  •  President -  William Denz Jr.
  •  Vice President - Lauren Billotti 
  •  Secretary - Bethanie Marchese
  •  Treasurer - Ryan Stolzfus  
  •  District Representative - Matthew Bala   


Class of 2016

  • President -  Stephen Maxwell 
  • Vice President - Matt Thompson
  • Secretary - Haley Bradley
  • Treasurer - Alex Fischer
  • District Representative - Carly Sno


Class of 2017

  • President - Sarah Mang
  • Vice President - Colby Degeatano
  • Secretary -  Katelyn Winkler
  • Treasurer - Sean Christie
  • District Representative - Allyson Thompson

World of Opportunity Wizard

Wow! Did you know that Daemen Physical Therapy students excel on the national licensure exam?

The Daemen College Weighted Average Ultimate Pass Rate based on the most current data as reported by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (2009-2011) is 100%, with our graduates demonstrating first time pass rates above both state and national averages each year.

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