Mixed martial arts bloodier but less dangerous than boxing

UAlberta researchers evaluate a decade’s worth of post-fight medical examinations to shed new light on injury risks of combative sports.

Learn how to apply to our professional entry programs in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech-Language Pathology, as well as our thesis-based MSc and PhD programs in Rehabilitation Science.

The Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine is home to a variety of professional and student-run clinics that attract patients from all over the world and the local community alike. 

Professional Clinics:

Student Clinics:

International Students

Find out why the University of Alberta should be your top choice for an international education and discover what it takes to become a student at the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine.

UAlberta Students

Explore the option of diversifying your practice by completing a clinical placement abroad.

Generous donations from friends and alumni help us continue our innovative teaching, world-class research, community engagement and global partnerships. Your support allows us to enhance quality of life, promote participation and autonomy, and improve function for citizens in Alberta and beyond.

The Gyro Club of Edmonton Undergraduate and Graduate Scholarships in Aging are made possible by a donation to the Alberta Centre on Aging from the Gyro Club of Edmonton. The purpose of the scholarships is to promote and foster an interest in the study of aging at the undergraduate level and acknowledge outstanding graduate students whose programs are focused on aging.

Application Deadline: Completed applications must be submitted by 4:00 pm, Friday, December 18th, 2015

Application forms: 

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