Are you a runner, walker, or just love dogs (and/or beer)? The Regis University School of Physical Therapy is hosting its 17th iteration of the Move Forward 5k/10k and kids run at Regis University on September 21st, 2019. The race will take place on the Regis University Northwest Denver campus, and we are especially excited … Continue reading Move Forward 5k/10k Race 2019, Featuring a New Course!
5 Ways to Make Your Summer Last Longer
Name: Evan Piché, Class of 2018 Undergrad: Colorado State University Graduate: Masters in Public Policy Fun Fact: I'm an ordained minister (thanks, Universal Life Church). Hometown: Holyoke, MA The air is starting to get crisper, your neighbors are raking the first leaves into huge piles that just beg to be jumped into, Instagram posts contain things like #pumpkinspice, and--of course--decorative … Continue reading 5 Ways to Make Your Summer Last Longer
What to Do When You Get Into PT School
Name: Davis Ngo, Class of 2020! Undergrad: University of California, San Diego Hometown: San Jose, CA Fun Fact: My favorite animals are manatees because they're just the chillest. You’ve gotten into PT school! Now What? This is it. You’ve done it. You were accepted into Regis University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program. It makes sense you got into … Continue reading What to Do When You Get Into PT School
Let’s Talk About Mental Health
Name: Amanda Rixey, Class of 2018 Undergrad: University of Kansas, KS Hometown: Overland Park, KS Fun Fact: My massive bear dog, Sherlock, has over 7,000 followers on Instagram. I think most of my classmates would view me as the hyper, kind-of goofy, and giggly one in the class. It’s easy for me to hide under that … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Mental Health
How to Make the Most of Your Clinical…in ITALY!
Name: Lydia Hamstra, Class of 2018 Undergrad: Gonzaga University, WA Hometown: Tucson, AZ Fun Fact: I am a huge Harry Potter nerd and to help prep for Italy I read Harry Potter in Italian (since I’ve read it so many times in English, I was able to figure out the gist—it gave me ideas for … Continue reading How to Make the Most of Your Clinical…in ITALY!