Ryan Bourdo recaps our successful 5k/10k fundraiser (September 17, 2016)!
Class of 2017
Upcoming Event: ADVENTURE FEST!
If you love mini golf, go karts, food and craft beer, you do not want to miss the awesome event coming up this Saturday, October 8th! The Regis DPT class of 2018 is hosting Adventure Fest to raise money for our Regis graduation celebration. It’s also an opportunity to celebrate fall, have fun with family … Continue reading Upcoming Event: ADVENTURE FEST!
Flat Stanley Goes to Clinical
Name: Nicole Darragh, Class of 2017 Hometown: Columbus, OH Undergrad: Regis University Fun Fact: I think kale is totally overrated. The Class of 2017 recently returned from their second clinical rotations with a plethora of new knowledge and stories to share. Some students even had a visitor along the way: Flat Stanley. Flat Stanley is … Continue reading Flat Stanley Goes to Clinical
Class of 2017 DPT Student Lindsay Mayors Reflects on Her Clinical Rotation
Name: Lindsay Mayors Hometown: Akron, Ohio Undergrad: University of Dayton Fun Fact: My first experience skiing was on my third birthday in Keystone, Colorado! Today, the Class of 2017 has reached the halfway point of their 8-week second clinical rotation. The past two semesters have been filled with management courses, case studies, exams, practicals, and research. In April, we completed … Continue reading Class of 2017 DPT Student Lindsay Mayors Reflects on Her Clinical Rotation
Time and Life Management in a DPT program: Meet Amy Medlock
Name: Amy Medlock, Class of 2017 Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI Undergrad: University of Notre Dame Fun Fact: My right thumb is 1 cm shorter than the left Finals week. What a great time to be writing this post on time & life management. PT school is demanding and can often feel overwhelming, but it … Continue reading Time and Life Management in a DPT program: Meet Amy Medlock
Regis University hosts the Denver National Advocacy Dinner
The second annual National Advocacy Dinner was hosted at Regis University this past Wednesday, April 13, 2016. These dinners are going to be held all over the country between April 13th and May 4th, and are a great way to learn the top legislative issues affecting the PT profession. Furthermore, it’s a great (and easy) … Continue reading Regis University hosts the Denver National Advocacy Dinner
2nd Year Regis DPT students preparing to head off to clinical: Meet Adam Engelsgjerd
Name: Adam Engelsgjerd, Class of 2017 Hometown: Scottsdale, AZ Undergrad: University of Arizona Fun Fact: I am unabashedly 0/2 in the Palmaris Longus department The goal of PT Exam Lab in our first year was to begin teaching our hands how to feel and assess what our brains knew to be there. For example: we studied … Continue reading 2nd Year Regis DPT students preparing to head off to clinical: Meet Adam Engelsgjerd
Stress Decompression with the 2nd Year Regis DPT Students
After a long week of studying, practicing skills, and being evaluated for skill competency, what better way is there to decompress than pounding it out? After such a stressful week some may have wanted to pound their head against their desk, but second-year student Morgan Pearson had a different idea. During this Thursday’s lunch break, … Continue reading Stress Decompression with the 2nd Year Regis DPT Students
Students take on CSM: Nolan Ripple on attending the national PT conference
Name: Nolan Ripple Hometown: Peoria, AZ Undergrad: University of Portland, OR Fun Fact: Lacrosse player freshly converted to marathon enthusiast. Hello all! My name is Nolan Ripple and I am a first year PT student. About two weeks ago, the national PT conference for students and professionals—called the Combined Sections Meeting—was held in Anaheim, California. During our … Continue reading Students take on CSM: Nolan Ripple on attending the national PT conference
How to train for Boston and survive PT school: Meet Lauren Hill
Name: Lauren Hill, Class of 2017 Hometown: Flat Rock, MI Undergrad: Saginaw Valley State University Fun fact: Never wears matching socks...ever. They’ll tell you PT school is a marathon…not a sprint. I apparently took that a bit too literally. I’ve run two marathons and two half-marathons since starting PT school; that’s over 2500 miles of training and racing. Let … Continue reading How to train for Boston and survive PT school: Meet Lauren Hill