It was a cold, rainy national Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) this year in Washington D.C., but that did not stop almost 17,000 people, including several from Regis University, to attend! Regis students and faculty not only learned the latest happenings from others in our field of physical therapy, but also took roles in presenting their … Continue reading Presenting At CSM 2019, Washington D.C.
Farewell Marcia Smith!
Name: Marcia Smith, PT, Ph.D. As we sadly said farewell at the end of the summer to another beloved faculty member, Marcia Smith, who has been with us at Regis for 20 years, second-year student Meg Kates made sure to catch some of her words of wisdom before her retirement! Read the interview below for … Continue reading Farewell Marcia Smith!
Farewell Tom McPoil!
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!
Regis DPT Family
We love our faculty, and we love Colorado! While we were taking our final, some of our professors were taking to the streets of Denver for a little morning cycle. It's awesome to have such a motivated, tight-knit faculty! #RegisSoPTFacultyPedalingClub
5 Ways to Impress During Your Practical Exams
Name: Abbey Ferguson, Class of 2019 Undergrad: Westmont College, CA Hometown: Sacramento, CA Fun Fact: I absolutely love to dance! If any of you out there are dancers in need of a new dance studio here in Denver, I can definitely hook you up! Lab practicals are often the most terrifying and anxiety-provoking parts of physical therapy … Continue reading 5 Ways to Impress During Your Practical Exams
April Recap: 3rd Annual Talent Show
April is one of the busiest months for PT students! Whether it's your first or last year, it's a time of studying, planning your future, and--of course--a time to get to know your classmates even better. First and Second Years: Somehow, between all of the practicals, midterms and class, our first and second years had time … Continue reading April Recap: 3rd Annual Talent Show
What is the Regis DPT Interview Like?
Name: Monika Teter, Class of 2019 Hometown: Los Alamos, NM Undergrad: Colorado State University Fun Fact: I had a 5th wisdom tooth that had to be removed in 5th grade! We all remember sitting down for hours at a time: filling out PT school applications, finally hitting the daunting submit button, … Continue reading What is the Regis DPT Interview Like?
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Balancing a Relationship with PT School
Being married is the best. I get to do life with my best friend every day, and it was a definite perk that I didn’t have to find a roommate when coming to PT school. For those of you who are starting PT school this fall and are married or in a relationship, here are … Continue reading Balancing a Relationship with PT School
Crash Course: How to Dress for PT School
The dreaded dress code! Our student handbook says: As future health care professionals, graduate students in physical therapy are expected to dress in a manner that exemplifies professionalism during class, during on campus activities, and in clinical situations. As scary as that sounds, it’s really not so bad. There is no need to run out and … Continue reading Crash Course: How to Dress for PT School
Commuting to Class: Meet Leigh Dugan
Name: Leigh Dugan Hometown: Boston, Massachusetts Undergrad: University of Massachusetts Amherst Fun Fact: My husband is in the military and we have moved 4 times in 2 years!! Hi, Class of 2019! Congratulations on your acceptance to the Regis DPT program; you will not regret your decision to come here. So, now that you have made the choice … Continue reading Commuting to Class: Meet Leigh Dugan
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
Injury, surgery and rehab during PT school: Meet James Liaw
Name: James Liaw, Class of 2018 Hometown: San Jose, CA Undergrad: University of California, Davis Fun Fact: Climbing! More Climbing, snowboarding...let's go climb. Getting injured is always going to be hard to deal with, but you never realize how much it will affect you until you're experiencing it firsthand. The summer after my senior year of high school, … Continue reading Injury, surgery and rehab during PT school: Meet James Liaw
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
Taking a gap year before Regis PT school: Meet Mason Hill
Name: Mason Hill Hometown: Tacoma, WA Undergrad: California Lutheran University Fun Fact: I think I have a cold. Congratulations are in order! You’ve completed the long and arduous process of applying to and interviewing for a position in a top-ranked physical therapy school. You should feel a genuine sense of accomplishment for being considered to be a part of … Continue reading Taking a gap year before Regis PT school: Meet Mason Hill