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Marquette University features nationally recognized and ranked professional programs in health care.
You know the hurdles that athletes have to overcome — the hard work and dedication required for being the best in their sport. Athletic trainers are the hands-on practitioners at the sidelines, keeping those athletes in the game.
Whether it's providing maintenance in our early years, braces in our adolescent years, or treatment for gum disease or teeth extractions in our senior years, successful dentists are capable and compassionate practitioners.
Marquette’s exercise and rehabilitation science program is a clinical research program based in the College of Health Sciences’ highly competitive Department of Physical Therapy.
National demand for professional nurses in all areas is far outpacing the number of practicing nurses. From emergency rooms to walk-in clinics, nurses' contributions to patient care have never been more important — or necessary.
The Ignatian ideals of concern for the physical, emotional and spiritual development of the individual underpin the occupational therapy learning experience at Marquette. The curriculum bridges biomedical, public health and sociocultural perspectives.
A basketball player with a torn ACL. A grandparent with arthritis. A child with a birth defect. The road to recovery for these people goes through physical therapists, who work with clients to restore function, improve mobility, stretch the bounds of physical limitation and relieve their pain.
Physician assistants fill the gap between the demand for medical care and the shortage of primary- and specialty-care physicians in rural and urban communities. Licensed to practice medicine under a doctor's supervision, PAs provide a broad range of diagnostic and therapeutic services.
A child with delayed language development. A teen who stutters. A mother coping with severe hearing impairment. A grandfather fighting to regain speech after a stroke. All rely upon the care and expertise of speech-language pathologists to identify, evaluate and treat their communication disorders.
Blood transfusions save lives during childbirth, surgery and disasters, which create a constant need for safe blood. Marquette's transfusion medicine program is a collaboration with Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin.