Check out our newest student SPOT ON Newsletter! See How the University of Texas celebrated PT month, find out what the “Wild Moose Chase” is and other interesting stories in this issue. Read the SPOT ON Newsletter now!
I came across this blog today and thought it would be great to share with all our students and upcoming graduates. People-First Language
Happy Holidays!! From Your Student Programs Team
If you didn’t get one last year, you may want to stop by RehabCare’s booth first thing. Limited supply and they will move fast! Good Luck!
Hey guys, hope your semesters are going great! I just wanted to encourage you all to join me at the National Student Conclave Nov. 2-4 in Arlington, VA. Why you should go? It is a great opportunity to meet other physical therapy students from around the country. There are also some great… read more
RehabCare is dedicated to enhancing the learning experience of students by pairing them with a great RehabCare therapist and facility for fieldwork and clinical training. With this in mind, we thought it would be a great idea to showcase some clinical education experiences throughout the year in a quarterly newsletter. … read more
…The RehabCare team at Spokane Veteran’s Home (SVH) obviously did not! This past Sunday, 5 members of the SVH rehab team got together and ran the Corporate Cup during the 36th Lilac Bloomsday Run in Spokane,WA. This was the first year RehabCare sponsored the team and they had a blast! … read more
Physio Connection is a professional networking site designed exclusively for physical therapists, occupational therapists, and allied health professionals to share and spread information within and between professionals in these fields. The site, http://physioconnection.com, was launched in January 2012 and is still in the beta (testing) version. In this phase, we… read more
I thought I would share this amusing video created by first year DPT students at Pacific University! The students show off their creativity by redoing the lyrics to a popular Far East Movement song, “Like a G-6”. Instead of rapping about a G-6, the students rap about the C-6 (a spinal root nerve). Seems… read more