In today’s world, tattoos are more common than ever but there is a lingering sense of taboo around tattooed individuals in physical therapy and the healthcare field in general. As a professional, one is expected to look a certain, clean type of way. This stereotype does not include tattoos as they are still associated with…Keep reading
Written by Victoria Patton, SPT Class of 2023 Black History Month is time for us (yes, all of us) to recognize, reflect, and rejoice on Black histories – to go beyond the conversations of racism and slavery, and to highlight the many Black leaders and accomplishments in this world. For me, this month provides an…Keep reading
Featuring Alexandra Gordon and Tanner Williams An Interview With Alexandra Gordon Being a new mom while working towards my DPT was a daunting thought but the Regis support system has been incredible. There have been a handful of other women in the Regis DPT program’s history who have gone before me and walked this path,…Keep reading
Who are we?! We are a group of Regis DPT students focused on building awareness, accountability, and activism related to social justice issues in our profession and beyond. To this end, we 1) organize, promote, and attend related educational events on and off campus, 2) foster conversations with our class on issues of diversity and…Keep reading
Josue Martinez, SPT Class of 2023 On October 16th, the health professions making up The Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions, hosted a Diversity Day event for the GEAR UP Colorado program. The programs involved included the School of Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, School of Nursing, and the Division of Counseling and Family Therapy. The goal of…Keep reading
trigger warning: this post contains descriptors of sexual assault Dear reader, Thank you for taking the time to make your way here. This letter was a months-long process with much of that time being spent staring at a blinking cursor through my blue light glasses. I stepped away for a good while‒eight weeks to be…Keep reading
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