Health & Wellness

A Letter From A DPT Student, And A Survivor

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…

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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…

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Budget Tips for Students

Name: Jaegger Olden Undergrad: Central Washington University Hometown: Aberdeen, Washington (on the peninsula, no not by Seattle) Fun fact: my spirit animal is a hangry Terry Crews I have been in college for almost a decade. So you could say I am what comes close to being a professional student. However, with that title comes heaping…

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Mental Health Wellness in DPT School

Name: Abbey Ferguson With all of its incredible opportunities, graduate school, especially a doctorate program, also brings a new amount of stress and anxiety. It is a pressure cooker for bringing out both the best and the worst in us, and as my first year came to a close, I found myself drowning in mental…

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Managing Your Posture in PT School

Name: Joshua Holland Undergrad: Idaho State University Hometown: Centennial, Colorado Fun fact: Before PT school, I worked at a BBQ restaurant in Missoula, MT called Notorious P.I.G. Last week, I was editing my Biomechanics skills video when I noticed a curly-haired DPT student in my video with fairly poor posture. I was far from excited…

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