Despite the somewhat grueling nature of DPT school, several students in the class of 2025 have proven that owning a pet while in the program is not only possible, but incredibly welcome company (on most days). Some share stories of coming home to unconditional love and cuddles, others may come home to pure chaos and…Keep reading
Written by: Vito Cancila Denver’s proximity to the mountains was a big factor in ultimately selecting the physical therapy school I wanted to attend. It is a dream for hikers, climbers, and bikers, but most importantly to me: skiing and snowboarding. I grew up with every family vacation going to some resort, learning to ski,…Keep reading
What are better de-stressors than exercise, a pint (or two) from one of the various Denver area breweries, and socializing with your friends after a week of classes? Well, why not put all of those together? This past year, Class of 2021’s Jack Corrigan and Michelle Perry spearheaded the start of a weekly run club…Keep reading
I interviewed at Regis roughly one year ago, and as I look back on that day, I realize my decision to accept my spot in the DPT Class of 2021 was an easy one. I decided I wanted to pursue physical therapy when I was 18 years old. I spent over 200 hours in observation,…Keep reading
Name: Courtney Backward Undergrad: Oklahoma Wesleyan University Hometown: Salina, OK Fun Fact: I am the world’s most awkward high-five giver/receiver. One of my classmates once said “PT school is neither a marathon nor a sprint. It is both at the same time.” That statement resonated with me on a personal level. During my first year…Keep reading
Name: Kelsie Jordan Undergrad: Oregon State University Hometown: Portland, OR Fun Fact: I hiked Longs Peak the weekend before finals week (along with some other classmates – who needs to study, right?) Take a deep breath. Now, let it out slowly. Soak in this feeling of relief. At least for this moment, you have nothing…Keep reading
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