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Neuromotor Science (NMS) Research Consortium
The NMS Research Consortium is a state-of-the-art research facility consisting of the following interdisciplinary laboratories investigating a range of basic and clinical issues in human sensorimotor neuroscience. Full-time faculty and undergraduate/graduate students/postdoctoral fellows are housed in a common space to promote interaction/discussion, providing a rich scientific atmosphere to share ideas through journal clubs and invited lectures. 

North Broad Physical Therapy Pro Bono Clinic
The North Broad Physical Therapy Center (NBPTC) is a student-led pro bono physical therapy center geared to assisting the uninsured, under-insured and under-served community members of North Philadelphia. The NBPTC will have Doctor of Physical Therapy students in addition to licensed physical therapists to evaluate and treat clients of any age with muscle, bone, joint, balance or neurologic dysfunction. A referral from your physician is required to be seen at NBPTC. Please call your physician to obtain a referral.

Guatemala service trip opportunity for current DPT students, faculty and alumni
Annually, current Temple DPT students, faculty and alumni to Zacapa, Guatemala to provide physical therapy services to local citizens. A local organization called Hearts in Motion hosted the Temple group. Several activities including setting up “pop-up” clinics in the local communities, volunteering in a different community daily, making house visits for those unable to make it to the clinic, volunteering at a local hospital and nutrition centers. If you are interested in being a part of this international service opportunity, please email Dr. Carole Tucker at tuckerc@temple.edu.