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, … Continue reading Farewell Tom McPoil!
When Should You Take the National Physical Therapy Exam?
Name: Lindsay Mayors, PT, DPT, Graduated Class of 2017 Current Employment: Physical Therapist at KidSPOT Pediatric Therapies Professional Goals: to empower every child that I encounter to discover their vast abilities and reach their greatest potential, become a clinical instructor, and become a Pediatric Certified Specialist So, you're a third year DPT student ready to graduate this … Continue reading When Should You Take the National Physical Therapy Exam?
Regis DPT Summer Semester: How to Stay Motivated and Have Fun
When most Coloradans flip their calendars from April to May, they smile and ponder the period of peaceful transition that lies ahead: flowers bloom, the sun warms the pristine mountain lakes, spring turns to summer. First year physical therapy students, likewise, anticipate a time of transition—albeit a bit more abrupt! Regis PT students undergo finals … Continue reading Regis DPT Summer Semester: How to Stay Motivated and Have Fun
Wrapping Up the Fall Semester
Michael Young reflects on finishing his fourth semester of PT school.
6 Weeks into PT School: Meet Kelsie Jordan
Name: Kelsie Jordan, Class of 2019 Hometown: Portland, OR Undergrad: Oregon State University Fun Fact: I spent the summer of 2014 studying in Salamanca, Spain. If I had to describe the first few weeks of PT school in one word, it would probably be “overwhelming.” I don’t even mean that in a negative way— so many of the experiences … Continue reading 6 Weeks into PT School: Meet Kelsie Jordan