A Trying Time – A Student’s Perspective on COVID-19

Regis University has ceased in-person classes at this time in response to the recent Pandemic. Read about Class of 2022's Diversity Chair Peter Lee's perspective on what this means to us as future healthcare professionals.   “ At the core of being a healthcare professional lies the belief that human life holds value, that it … Continue reading A Trying Time – A Student’s Perspective on COVID-19

Practice What You Preach: Modeling a Lifestyle of Movement

Name: Tara Dirocco, Class of 2021 Undergraduate: UC Berkeley Hometown: Santa Barbara, CA Do you find yourself needing PT from being in PT school? Is this the most you’ve sat still in a long time? These questions consumed me on my first week of PT school. I could not handle (or believe!) all of the sitting, … Continue reading Practice What You Preach: Modeling a Lifestyle of Movement

DPT School Nutrition: 4 Ways to Eat Healthy

Name: Janki Patel, Class of 2020 Hometown: Fremont, CA Undergrad: University of California, Davis Fun Fact: I hiked a 14er (Mount Democrat) for the first time...three days after moving from the Bay Area's sea level.   If you are currently enrolled in physical therapy (PT) school, or attended in your past, you can probably identify with the struggle of … Continue reading DPT School Nutrition: 4 Ways to Eat Healthy

Staying Grounded in PT School, Method 42: Silence

Name: Blake Miller, Class of 2019 Undergrad: Whitworth University Hometown: Missoula, MT Fun Fact: I grew up 20 minutes from a ski resort but never downhill skied until moving to Colorado this year. It’s an age-old story: a small-town boy moves to the big city to pursue his dreams of fame and fortune, only to face trials and challenges … Continue reading Staying Grounded in PT School, Method 42: Silence

7 Reasons You Should Take a Gap Year Before PT School

Name: Courtney Hardin, Class of 2018 Undergrad: Washington State University (GO COUGS) Hometown: Spokane, WA Fun Fact: I'm obsessed with my dog. If you’re currently reading this blog asking yourself, “Is it a good time to go to school right now? Should I take a year off before I apply? Should I even take 2?” Well, this … Continue reading 7 Reasons You Should Take a Gap Year Before PT School