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Ashley Paull receives doctorate of physical therapy from A.T. Still University

Ashley Paull graduated from A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences in Mesa, Ariz., on Aug. 7. Paull received her doctorate of physical therapy degree and was one of 56 graduates from ASHS at its annual August commencement.  - Courtesy James and Ruthie Paull
Ashley Paull graduated from A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences in Mesa, Ariz., on Aug. 7. Paull received her doctorate of physical therapy degree and was one of 56 graduates from ASHS at its annual August commencement.
— image credit: Courtesy James and Ruthie Paull

Ashley Paull graduated from A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences in Mesa, Ariz., on Aug. 7.

Paull received her doctorate of physical therapy degree and was one of 56 graduates from ASHS at its annual August commencement.

Paull, of Friday Harbor, attended Linfield College before enrolling at ASHS. She is a 2002 graduate of Friday Harbor High School. She is the daughter of James and Ruthie Paull of Friday Harbor.

Founded in 1892 as the nation’s first college of osteopathic medicine, A.T. Still University provides graduate-level education in whole person healthcare.

The Arizona School of Health Sciences offers doctoral and master of science degrees in a range of healthcare disciplines and is dedicated to educating compassionate, competent healthcare professionals. The school’s interdisciplinary emphasis is based on a philosophy of wholeness and treatment of the body, mind, and spirit.

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