Cadaver lab adds 3-D element to DPT program August 10, 2011 Graduate student Joey Ganske is enjoying the possibilities that both the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program and the cadaver lab will give him in the future.
Health science student is Miss Illinois County Fair Queen September 24, 2010 Summer vacations usually consist of watching an excess of TV, trips to the beach, maybe a dull summer job. Most aren’t comprised of living on fair grounds, especially while wearing a crown, but that’s how junior Haley Freeman spent much of her summer.
Update from Class of 2012 June 8, 2010 It’s hard to believe we are more than halfway finished with our first year of PT school! We made it through the rigors of orthopedics class and other schoolwork.
Update from Class of 2011 June 8, 2010 We have just completed our fall semester of neurological rehab and teaching and learning in physical therapy. While most of our time was spent learning to apply neurological principles to treatments and honing these techniques, the teaching and learning class provided us with immeasurable experiences
Update from Class of 2010 June 8, 2010 Finally, our academic career is coming to an end. We have completed our last practical exam, filled out our last class evaluation, handed in our last paper, and have begun looking for places of employment.
DPT group wins sAAOMPT Video Award June 8, 2010 What started out as a class assignment last summer turned into an award-winning project for one DPT Class of 2011 group. Consisting of Mark Buettner, Joe Byrnes, Elliot Cohee, Ashlee Pierson, and Keith Scott, the group won a student American Academy of Orthopaedic and Manual Physical Therapists (sAAOMPT) Video Award in October 2009.
PTHS forming affinity group June 8, 2010 As Bradley University marks its 16th year of graduating students with a degree in physical therapy in 2010, the Department of Physical Therapy and Health Science announces the formation of an affinity group.
Program update from the chair June 8, 2010 We’ve had our first snow of the season and the first wind chills in the single digits; it must be winter in Illinois.