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Career Decisions: Physical Therapy - Extended Interviews

Physical Therapy - Extended Interviews is a 10 part series that thoroughly covers the Physical Therapy career for prospective students. Topics include education requirements and suggestions, the best qualities for a physical therapy student to have, and other advice from experts in the field and current PT students.

Career Decisions: Physical Therapy - Extended Interviews  
  • Mark Reinking, Pt, Phd, Scs, Atc
    Wednesday, January 12
    9:29 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Reinking discusses the competitiveness of Physical Therapy school, and what prospective students need to do to prepare. He concludes with a personal success story and how Physical Therapy has changed throughout the years.
  • Alice M. Davis, Pt, Dpt
    Wednesday, January 12
    9:46 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Davis begins by explaining how the Physical Therapy profession has evolved in the past twenty years. Next, she talks about what it takes to become a Physical Therapist and what the career entails. She ends with some personal success stories.
  • Andrew Littmann, Pt, Phd
    Wednesday, January 12
    9:57 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Littmann begins by detailing a history of Physical Therapy. He continues by talking about a wide array of applications for Physical Therapy today. He concludes with a personal success story, the responsibility of the Physical Therapist and where the profession is headed in the future.
  • Andrew Smith, Pt, Dpt, Phd
    Wednesday, January 12
    10:10 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Smith begins by describing the education required and the many benefits of pursuing Physical Therapy as a profession. He goes on to mention the importance of Physical Therapy in the modern medical world, and concludes with a personal success story.
  • Erika Nelson-Wong, Pt, Dpt, Phd & Brian Baum, Phd
    Wednesday, January 12
    10:23 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Nelson-Wong and Dr. Baum begin by talking specifically about their research at Regis. They go on to define evidence-based practice and conclude by explaining how research helps not only students understand Physical Therapy better but in the rehabilitation of patients as well.
  • Molly Dennis, Dpt
    Wednesday, January 12
    10:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Dennis begins by talking about what drew her to Physical Therapy and what it takes to finish a graduate program. She continues by mentioning what is expected of a Physical Therapist and concludes by explaining career advancement in the profession.
  • James Liaw
    Wednesday, January 12
    10:42 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    James begins by explaining how he got interested and ultimately into Physical Therapy School. He goes on to describe his training experience so far, and concludes with a look into the future and his most rewarding experience.
  • Carol Passarelli
    Wednesday, January 12
    10:54 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Carol starts out by mentioning what drew her to Physical Therapy as a career and what school has been like so far. She concludes with a message to prospective Physical Therapy students.
  • Geovanni Chavez-Pardini
    Wednesday, January 12
    11:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Geovanni begins by explaining why he got interested in Physical Therapy as a career and how school has been going thus far. He concludes with a look into the future and what his parents think about his career choice.
  • Xuan (Lexie) Liu
    Wednesday, January 12
    11:06 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Lexie starts out by describing how her Physical Therapy school experience has been so far. She continues by talking about what areas interest her the most, and concludes with a message to prospective students.

 

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  • Xuan (Lexie) Liu
    Wednesday, October 6
    11:06 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Lexie starts out by describing how her Physical Therapy school experience has been so far. She continues by talking about what areas interest her the most, and concludes with a message to prospective students.
  • Geovanni Chavez-Pardini
    Wednesday, October 6
    11:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Geovanni begins by explaining why he got interested in Physical Therapy as a career and how school has been going thus far. He concludes with a look into the future and what his parents think about his career choice.
  • Carol Passarelli
    Wednesday, October 6
    10:54 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Carol starts out by mentioning what drew her to Physical Therapy as a career and what school has been like so far. She concludes with a message to prospective Physical Therapy students.
  • James Liaw
    Wednesday, October 6
    10:42 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    James begins by explaining how he got interested and ultimately into Physical Therapy School. He goes on to describe his training experience so far, and concludes with a look into the future and his most rewarding experience.
  • Molly Dennis, Dpt
    Wednesday, October 6
    10:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Dennis begins by talking about what drew her to Physical Therapy and what it takes to finish a graduate program. She continues by mentioning what is expected of a Physical Therapist and concludes by explaining career advancement in the profession.
  • Erika Nelson-Wong, Pt, Dpt, Phd & Brian Baum, Phd
    Wednesday, October 6
    10:23 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Nelson-Wong and Dr. Baum begin by talking specifically about their research at Regis. They go on to define evidence-based practice and conclude by explaining how research helps not only students understand Physical Therapy better but in the rehabilitation of patients as well.
  • Andrew Smith, Pt, Dpt, Phd
    Wednesday, October 6
    10:10 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Smith begins by describing the education required and the many benefits of pursuing Physical Therapy as a profession. He goes on to mention the importance of Physical Therapy in the modern medical world, and concludes with a personal success story.
  • Andrew Littmann, Pt, Phd
    Wednesday, October 6
    9:57 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Littmann begins by detailing a history of Physical Therapy. He continues by talking about a wide array of applications for Physical Therapy today. He concludes with a personal success story, the responsibility of the Physical Therapist and where the profession is headed in the future.
  • Alice M. Davis, Pt, Dpt
    Wednesday, October 6
    9:46 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Davis begins by explaining how the Physical Therapy profession has evolved in the past twenty years. Next, she talks about what it takes to become a Physical Therapist and what the career entails. She ends with some personal success stories.
  • Mark Reinking, Pt, Phd, Scs, Atc
    Wednesday, October 6
    9:29 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Reinking discusses the competitiveness of Physical Therapy school, and what prospective students need to do to prepare. He concludes with a personal success story and how Physical Therapy has changed throughout the years.