Regis University School of Physical Therapy

Regis University School of Physical Therapy

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Attention fellow peeps with student loans. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has directed ALL federal student loan servicers to grant “administrative forbearance” to any borrower with federal loans for at least two months. IF REQUESTED!! You need to call and request this. No accruing interest, and it does not take away the limited forbearance time WE have on our loans. Just wanted to get the word out. This happened an hour ago. (Alumni 2009).
McCallum Physical Therapy is hiring for a part time position. 2 of our 3 employees are Regis graduates. Want more info, please contact me: [email protected]
I'm a tDPT graduate of Regis, 2013. My small company is hiring a part time/per diem PT. Reaching out to the best, that's Regis University! Contact me and spread the word.
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All students are important! Physical Therapy is such a important profession! Please come out to our show to celebrate students and physical therapy
Regis University School of Physical Therapy 3 bedroom 2 bath for rent one block from Regis. Available Agusut 11th.
We're hiring! Physical & Occupational Therapists!! Even new grads are welcome! 1 on 1 patient time, reimbursements for CO licensure, APTA Membership dues, CEU's, Student loans, mentorship provided for new grads, great team working environment, critical access hospital environment, competitive wages, full benefits and more! Call Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital and Parke Wellness Physical Therapy Human Resources at 719-346-4715 or reach out by emailing [email protected].
Attention new graduates and alumni. Parkview medical center in Pueblo, CO has 2 PT openings for the outpatient clinics with one having an emphasis on continuing our pelvic floor program. Our amazing pelvic floor therapist is leaving us in November and we are wanting the opportunity to mentor a new therapist who is interested in this area of physical therapy. DM me for any info. Thank you.
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The School of Physical Therapy at Regis University in Denver consists of the faculty, current students, alumni, and clinical educators.

Operating as usual

[02/25/21]   Greetings Rangers, alumni, and friends! Something a little different today.

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A Look At the Paths Less Traveled – Non-Traditional Students on Why Regis

One of the many great things about the Regis DPT program is its wealth of different students. We celebrate diversity in all of its many forms, including those who may have taken a less traveled route to getting here. Below is quick look at a handful of some of our non-traditional students in the Class of 2023 and their take on how they became part of the class.

regisdpt.org One of the many great things about the Regis DPT program is its wealth of different students. We celebrate diversity in all of its many forms, including those who may have taken a less traveled rou…

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Diversity and Inclusion

February is Black History Month. We are honored to feature a remarkable student leader in our program this month. Brandon Johnson opens up about the origins of his passion for physical therapy, discusses his identity, and offers advice to future students of color pursuing leadership roles.

regisdpt.org Welcome to our Diversity and Inclusion page. We pride ourselves on dedication to serving all people through our Jesuit values. In particular, in this section we aim to reflect and act upon this val…

With deep gratitude to many of our clinical partners in clinical education, our DPT students in the Class of 2021 are becoming vaccinated as essential healthcare providers, IIa. Thank you to our many organizations who support our students in not only clinical education but also in caring for the whole person through personal health advocacy.

On Jan. 15, 1921 – exactly 100 years ago today – the American Physical Therapy Association was founded.

Join the birthday celebrations today with the APTA Centennial Center Ribbon Cutting, 9:30 a.m. ET and APTA Founders’ Day Celebration, 8 p.m. ET.

http://centennial.apta.org/home/celebrate
#APTA100

Thank you APTA for all that you have done for our profession and the patients we serve.

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Thoughts of a First Year Student on Hybrid DPT Learning

First year student, Erin Lee, reflects on starting Regis's DPT program in a hybrid learning setting. Glass half empty or half full? Sometimes the glass just has water in it. Some things are all about perspective.

regisdpt.org By Erin Lee, Class of 2023 First, let’s just acknowledge that none of us chose to be here like this. No one decided this was a good idea or that anything “good” beyond surviving should come of this…

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Trained service puppies get a private flight to Colorado

Regis SoPT welcomed our newest member today..Clover! A puppy from Canine Companions for Independence to begin her training with us. Big thanks for Dr. Andy Littman, Associate Professor and Dr. Wendy Anamaet, affiliate faculty, for coordinating this adventure once again. We all can't wait to meet her. Pictures to come later. Here is a clip regarding their arrival at the airport! A puppy video for your Monday. Have a great week.

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9news.com Canine Companions raises highly-trained service puppies – or service dogs – that can help people lead independent lives.

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Diversity and Inclusion

Annie Fleming educates us on the origins of the current demographics of our profession as well as reflects on her own position and experiences within the field in her piece "Demographics of Physical Therapy - A History and Reflection"

https://regisdpt.org/diversity-and-inclusion/

regisdpt.org Welcome to our Diversity and Inclusion page. We pride ourselves on dedication to serving all people through out Jesuit values. In particular, in this section we aim to reflect and act upon this val…

DPT students in the Class of 2021 participate in clinical education midterms this week. Students continue to progress well in the clinical learning environment including but not limited to Madison Engle and her CI Bret Swigard from Innova Physical Therapy in Redmond Wahington.

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End of life simulation to improve interprofessional competencies: A mixed methods study

Congratulations to Dr. Shelene Thomas and colleagues on the publication of this important research on Interprofessional End of Life simulation for graduate healthcare students. Well done Shelene. Regis SoPT and the RHCHP is inspired and thankful for your leadership in IPE.

sciencedirect.com The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education “Standards 2016” require that pharmacy student education include training in the management of patien…

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Historical Perspectives in Art: The Value of Art History in a Pandemic: Teaching as a Healing Force

This article was recently shared by the American Council of Academic Physical Therapy (ACAPT). Our own School of Physical Therapy Dean, Dr. Mark Reinking, in President of the council. Worth your time to read. This reminds us of the important connection we have as physical therapists to our shared humanity.

https://www.jhrehab.org/2020/11/17/historical-perspectives-in-art-the-value-of-art-history-in-a-pandemic-teaching-as-a-healing-force/

jhrehab.org In this powerful reflection, Siobhan Conaty shows how art history as a health humanities discipline can provide two uniquely different (yet equally important) teaching methods for students reckonin…

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Mountains and Valleys of CEI, 2020

Read all about our 2nd-years reflections on completing their first clinical experience during COVID-19.

https://regisdpt.org/2020/11/29/mountains-and-valleys-of-cei/

regisdpt.org This post is dedicated to our Clinical Education Team. This all-star squad is made up of Dr. Nancy Mulligan, Dr. Alice Davis, Dr. Shelene Thomas, Dr. Stacy Carmel, Dr. Denise O’Dell, and Dr.…

Regis University School of PT wants to thank our collaborating partners from 5 Colorado Physical Therapist Assistant Programs for participating in a Virtual DPT / PTA student simulation last week with more than 140 participants between all of our programs on our zoom call and break out discussions. This effort was led by Regis DPT faculty Dr. Stacy Carmel, Dr. Shelene Thomas and Dr. Denise O’Dell.

Last week we said goodbye to our service dog-in-training for Canine Companions, Garin.

Garin joined the Regis Doctor of Physical Therapy Classes in March of 2019 and joined her Puppy Team of 10 students for every lecture and lab since. She also probably knows every coffee shop and study spot in the Denver Metro Area, and could give thorough instructions on how best to enjoy snow.

She has steadied us 200+ students through some of our toughest midterms and finals with her calm and collected looks and waging tail, and we have guided her through her preliminary training with treats, affirmation, and invaluable guidance from our own faculty advisor.

From Garin we have come to understand the power of a steady and loyal companion; from us she learned the importance of..."wait" and how to dress for work. As our favorite service-dog-to-be prepares for her final stage of training, we, the Regis Doctorate of Physical Therapy class of 2021, prepare for our own graduation. Together with Garin we take big steps towards our professions; together we "stand" and proceed with "Let's go."

Sadly (and happily), Garin will be left us Thursday, the 12th to return to California, along with her loving companion, Dr. Wendy Anemaet, to finish her training and determine how/where she can best service others. Enjoy the pictures that display our mutual love for each other and Garin’s wonderful personality. Thanks to the “Puppy Team” for loving and teaching Garin. Special thanks to Emily Cornelius, Alicia Knoll, and Wendy for the story and pictures. The Regis University School of Physical Therapy, @RegisDPT, is proud to partner with Canine Companions for Independence in training these wonderful animals.

Regis SoPT students and recent alumni..Check out this exciting opportunity to enhance your career! Details below.

Best wishes to the Class of 2021 as they embark on the start of their final clinical experiences today. You are well prepared academically and as great human beings. Remember you are changing lives, including your own. Embrace all the opportunities this exciting time presents! We’ll see you back on campus in the Spring.

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Healing Hands – A Clinical Inservice by Lindsay Pendleton

Check out Linsday Pendleton's clinical inservice "Healing Hands," where she addresses the importance of touch in Physical Therapy practice. She was published in the hospital's newspaper! Great work, Lindsay.

https://regisdpt.org/2020/11/10/healing-hands-a-clinical-inservice-by-lindsay-pendleton/

regisdpt.org For their first clinical experience, our students have the option to present an inservice, or mini-presentation about something they are interested in, to the clinic. Lindsay had the unique honor o…

To all Veterans, especially those past and present Regis SoPT veterans, many thanks for your service and your sacrifices! We are grateful.

[11/11/20]   REMINDER!! JOIN US TODAY!

Research Symposium
Wednesday, November 11th, 2020
1:45-5:30
Join us in celebrating the scholarly accomplishments of Class of 2021 DPT students via a virtual symposium on Zoom. Please contact Julanne Petersen @ [email protected] for connection details.
Schedule of Events
Poster presentations will be held in parallel sessions, beginning at 1:45 pm and 3:10 pm (details below). Each presentation will be 10 minutes in length, with 5 minutes for Q&A. Each session will close with a 10-minute discussion on the session theme.
Keynote Speaker: Mark Bishop, PT, PhD, FAPTA, University of Florida at 4:30 pm
Dr. Bishop is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Florida. He received his entry-level training in Australia and has more than 25 years of experience working in the management of musculoskeletal pain conditions. His research examines the neurobiology of pain development and management to identify potential mechanisms that explain the transition from acute to chronic pain, and mechanisms of conservative care for pain. This work has been recognized with numerous research awards. Dr. Bishop’s portfolio covers DPT, residency and fellowship, and graduate coursework nationwide, and has been recognized with awards from the APTA, FPTA and APTA Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy.
A1. Tissue Mechanics and Stiffness – 1:45 – 2:55 pm
B1. Neurological Conditions – 1:45 – 2:55 pm
C1. Global and Diverse Perspectives – 1:45 – 2:55 pm
A2. Sports and Injury – 3:10 – 4:20 pm
B2. Musculoskeletal Conditions and Exercise – 3:10 – 4:20 pm
C2. Central Processing and Behavior – 3:10 – 4:20 pm

[11/04/20]   Research Symposium
Wednesday, November 11th, 2020
1:45-5:30

Join us in celebrating the scholarly accomplishments of Class of 2021 DPT students via a virtual symposium on Zoom. Please contact Julanne Petersen @ [email protected] for connection details.

Schedule of Events

Poster presentations will be held in parallel sessions, beginning at 1:45 pm and 3:10 pm (details below). Each presentation will be 10 minutes in length, with 5 minutes for Q&A. Each session will close with a 10-minute discussion on the session theme.

Keynote Speaker: Mark Bishop, PT, PhD, FAPTA, University of Florida at 4:30 pm

Dr. Bishop is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Florida. He received his entry-level training in Australia and has more than 25 years of experience working in the management of musculoskeletal pain conditions. His research examines the neurobiology of pain development and management to identify potential mechanisms that explain the transition from acute to chronic pain, and mechanisms of conservative care for pain. This work has been recognized with numerous research awards. Dr. Bishop’s portfolio covers DPT, residency and fellowship, and graduate coursework nationwide, and has been recognized with awards from the APTA, FPTA and APTA Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy.

A1. Tissue Mechanics and Stiffness – 1:45 – 2:55 pm
B1. Neurological Conditions – 1:45 – 2:55 pm
C1. Global and Diverse Perspectives – 1:45 – 2:55 pm
A2. Sports and Injury – 3:10 – 4:20 pm
B2. Musculoskeletal Conditions and Exercise – 3:10 – 4:20 pm
C2. Central Processing and Behavior – 3:10 – 4:20 pm

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I am speaking at OTAC Conference 2020: OT of the Future: A Prism of Possibilities

Congratulations to Suzanne Holm, OTD, OTR who will be presenting tomorrow at the OTAC conference along with two OTD students, Megan Hutson and Kendall Horan!

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Tscherpel Strong

When one of our DPT family member hurts, we all hurt. Last month, staff member Marybeth Tscherpel's husband, Dave, went to the doctor due to shortness of breath and days later was diagnosed with T-cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma.

Follow Dave's journey as he takes on the biggest fight of his life. While he is kind and strong, he could also use the love, prayers and support of our community. TSCHERPEL SRONG!

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Support Dave in his fight against cancer.
Beating T-cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma takes an aggressive chemotherapy regimen. 'Like' this page to stay up-to-date for ways you can support his fight!

Congratulations to Professor Heidi Eigsti, PT, DPT, PhD, Board Certified Pediatric Clinical Specialist and Director of Graduate Studies and Assessment in the School of Physical Therapy!! She and colleagues for Elon University will be presenting a platform on Saturday entitled, "A Comparison of Two Measures of Cultural Competence and Their Utility in Healthcare Education. Collaborators" at the Educational Leadership Conference which kicks off virtually today and runs through Saturday. Details here: https://apta.confex.com/apta/elc2020/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/26729

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Axial MRI biomarkers of spinal cord damage to predict future walking and motor function: a retrospective study

Our first manuscript from our National Institutes of Health (NIH) R03 grant got published!

A truly collaborative effort involving University of Colorado Physical Therapy Program, Regis University School of Physical Therapy, Craig Hospital, Drs. Steph Albin, Denise Wass O'Dell, Jeffrey Berliner, David Dungan, Mitch Sevigny, Christina Marie, James Elliott, and Ken Weber.

Read our open access paper here: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41393-020-00561-w.epdf?sharing_token=nEmN8VGbcMUDF8B2F9RBr9RgN0jAjWel9jnR3ZoTv0OINylP9l-dJW08_dLKc-XruETUzk9zJieQEUC-7yblAefXHfK1rBknCxCXvQw4B9uIvQHr3RcqNKl9uTE50nvHcxNsv7JYN3vYoyI5Ba_kw9KtbIovAHO6w-KLbpx2jFk%3D

nature.com Retrospective. Primary: to assess if axial damage ratios are predictors of future walking after spinal cord injury (SCI), and if they add any predictive value if initial neurological impairment grades are available. Secondary: to determine if lateral spinal cord regions are predictors of future lowe...

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September is Alopecia Awareness Month

As another September passes, we want to recognize that it is Alopecia Awareness Month. Thanks to second-year Conner Weeth for sharing this educational bit with us.

https://regisdpt.org/2020/09/29/september-is-alopecia-awareness-month/

regisdpt.org Before we say good-bye to September (already?), we want to highlight second-year DPT student Conner Weeth and his journey with Alopecia. Conner is known for his hilariously dry sense of humor, kind…

[09/16/20]   PT-PAC Brown Bag Seminar today from 12-1 via Zoom. Join us if you can. Cameron McDonald, Marcia Smith, Ira Gorman, and Bill McGehee will be leading a discussion about the importance of the PT-PAC and some important legislative issues. Email Bill at [email protected] for connection information if you are interested in joining.

#fas2020

Best Wishes to the Class of 2023 as they embark on their first anatomy exams. Both a written and practical exam. They are well prepared by our great faculty and by their amazing efforts. You've got this! PTs who follow this page, what are your memories (favorite or not) of your first anatomy exam???

Photo courtesy of Brittanica.com; https://www.britannica.com/science/human-body

DPT students in the Class of 2021 continue to progress in clinical rotations as they work safely in healthcare practices around the country. A huge gratitude to our CI's, Site Coordinators of Clinical Education and organizational leaders who are able to continue the learning while keeping patients safe. Photo consent from Terrance Walker and Matt Flosi at The Medical Center of Aurora.

Everyone, please, please take a couple of minutes to contact your elected representatives in Washington, DC and ask them to act to prevent these cuts before they leave town in October. Takes only a few seconds. Critical to the patients we serve and to our profession. Easy to do here (for members and non-members): https://www.apta.org/advocacy/issues/medicare-physician-fee-schedule#TakeAction

More info here: https://www.apta.org/advocacy/issues/medicare-physician-fee-schedule/fightthecut-virtual-rally

We need to make it easier for patients to #ChoosePT, not harder.

Use your voice and contact Congress today to help #FightTheCut!

https://bit.ly/2DLr2ZS #PTAdvocacy

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