Meet Laurel Proulx, PT, DPT, Ph.D., OCS Dr. Laurel Proulx first received her B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Kansas (Rock Chalk!) in 2009. She then attended Regis University, where she was awarded her DPT in 2013. Most recently, she has successfully defended her dissertation and achieved her Ph.D. at Texas Woman’s University in…Keep reading
Name: William McGehee, PT, PhD Undergrad and PT School: BS in Zoology and Athletic Training from Eastern Illinois University (Go Panthers! Also the alma mater of New Orleans Saints Head Coach, Sean Peyton (I taped his ankles as a student athletic trainer) and SF 49er’s quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo). BS in Physical Therapy from Bradley University,…Keep reading
Like most physical therapists, my passion for PT arose from the desire to empower people to achieve their greatest state of well-being and functional independence. However, as I progress in my education, I am learning that the simple goal of helping people can be far more complex in our convoluted healthcare system. Furthermore, if I…Keep reading
Name: Marcia Smith, PT, Ph.D. As we sadly said farewell at the end of the summer to another beloved faculty member, Marcia Smith, who has been with us at Regis for 20 years, second-year student Meg Kates made sure to catch some of her words of wisdom before her retirement! Read the interview below for…Keep reading
Name: Thomas McPoil, PT, PhD, FAPTA Hometown: Sacramento California Fun fact: I like to play golf – at one point, I became a 10 handicapper As we approached the end of July, the Regis Physical Therapy family prepared to say goodbye to some very important members of our family. With heavy hearts, but happy smiles,…Keep reading
Input from the Eyes of a Seasoned Clinical Instructor and Manager Name: Denise R. O’Dell, PT, DScPT, NCS Undergrad and PT School: University of Indianapolis, 1997 (Go Greyhounds! – I really follow the Indiana Hoosiers 🙂 ), University of Maryland, 2009 (Go Terps! – Bummer they’re also in the Big Ten now) Hometown: Decatur, IN…Keep reading
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