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Stay current on the CU Physical Therapy Program by subscribing to our Newsletter or News Updates available in electronic and hard copy formats.  You can access individual publications by clicking on the date of the edition you wish to view in the section below.
Students Talking During Orientation


Orientation Story

On June 1, 2016, CU PT welcomed the DPT Class of 2018 for an informative two-day orientation gearing them up for the summer semester. Learn about the highlights of the event.

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Graduation 2016

Read about the 67th CU Physical Therapy Convocation Ceremony.

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REhab In Review Working Group


Rehabilitation Review: Collaboration between CU Physical Therapy and University of Colorado Hospital

A renewed and stronger bond is being developed between the Rehabilitation Therapy Department at University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) and the University of Colorado Physical Therapy (CUPT) Program.

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Students from PIMA and CU


CU PT and PIMA PTA Students Come Together to Work on Inter-Professional Collaboration

Learn about the collaboration between CU PT and PIMA Medical PTA Students.

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Meet our Newest Faculty Members

Learn about fa​culty members and CU alumni Michael Bade, PT, DPT, PhD and Lara Canham PT, DPT including their favorite CU memories, interests and much more.

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Unflattening: The 2016 Pauline Cerasoli Lecture

Read a synthesis by Dr. Pascoe about the 2016 Pauline Cerasoli Lecture given by Dr. Diane Jette, PT, DPT, DSc, FAPTA, at a Combined Sections Meeting session.

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Combined Sections Meeting 2016

It was a record turn out at the Combined Sections Meeting 2016! Read about the CU PT highlights at the event!

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Anschutz Medical Campus Students Provide Health Access to Aurora Community

For students, the DAWN Clinic is an additional opportunity to practice clinical skills in a medically underserved environment. They are also gaining a unique opportunity to gain clinical knowledge in a highly inter-professional environment.

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Martel Seeks out Cultural Immersion Experiences in Physical Therapy

After coming back to the United States, Martel joined the CU Physical Therapy Program and took every opportunity she could to work on global and underserved health projects.

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Past Participants Share Why They Ran/Volunteered at The Annual "Fund the Future 5K"

The CU Physical Therapy Alumni Association will be hosting its second annual 5k to raise awareness and funds for the CU Physical Therapy Program Student Scholarships

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Peer Support Groups Take Place at Anschutz Medical Campus

Second year DPT student Kelly Winkel helps create and lead interprofessional peer support groups.

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​DPT Student Competes in National Distance Running Competitions

Read about second year DPT student Sean Brown's competitive running.

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Jeff Hebert discusses his research in Multiple Sclerosis in an interview on "Medicine in the Mountains"

Medicine in the Mountains - "Exercise and Multiple Sclerosis" with Dr. Jeffrey Hebert and Host Ginny Dyche.

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Paul Mintken Receives Robert L. Stearns Award

The award recognizes members of the faculty and staff for extraordinary achievement or service.

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8 Questions for Dan Malone

Learn about how Dan Malone became a physical therapist and why he teaches students.  

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Alumni Profile: Bahar Shahidi

Read about alumna Bahar Shahidi and her journey into becoming a physical therapist, completing her PhD, and more. 
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Mindful Movement and Physical Therapy Students

CU Physical Therapy Students discuss the relationship between their movement practice and physical therapy school.  

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Winter 2014 Newsletter

Read the CU Physical Therapy Program Winter 2014 Newsletter 

Dr. McDevitt adn Dr. Mintken

Amy McDevitt and Paul Mintken receive Rose Excellence in Research Award

CU PT faculty members Amy McDevitt, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, and Paul Mintken, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT received the 2014 Rose Excellence in Research Award. The Rose Excellence in Research Award is given annually to the authors of the article that has the most significant impact, immediate or potential, upon the practice of orthopaedic physical therapy. Seven journals, including JOSPT, are screened for eligible papers. Dr. McDevitt and Dr. Mintken co-authored the article with Dr. Josh Cleland, PT, PhD. The paper was titled, “Manual Physical Therapy and Exercise Versus Supervised Home Exercise in the Management of Patients with Inversion Ankle Sprains: A Multicenter Randomized Clinical Trial,” and was printed in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy (JOSPT) in July 2013. Congratulations, Dr. McDevitt and Dr. Mintken!

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