Posts tagged with 'Physical Therapy':

Jennifer Taylor leads a meeting of students and faculty at the research center in the Health Science Center. Advancing allied health Posted 9:22 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2023 New center connects researchers to support allied health projects  Read more about Advancing allied health Kelsey Redman, left, says the results of her research on impact forces in running has also informed the cues she gives herself as a runner with two half marathon finishes so far. Research for better running Posted 2:11 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2023 Want less impact on joints? UWL PT research shows a simple cue can make a big difference Read more about Research for better running Story from Currents Nicole Fry, a UWL graduate student studying physical therapy, presents during the 3 Minute Grad Project event March 22. The event, hosted by UWL Graduate & Extended Learning, challenges graduate students to condense months of work into a three-minute presentation for a general audience and panel of judges. Overcoming fears, preparing for careers Posted 8 a.m. Thursday, April 20, 2023 Graduate students thrive during 3 Minute Grad Project event Read more about Overcoming fears, preparing for careers Some of the UW-La Crosse and Viterbo University students in health professions who met last year to participate in a hands-on simulation to work collaboratively with goals of helping patients meet their health goals. Making an ‘IMPACT’ Posted 1:23 p.m. Thursday, March 23, 2023 UWL, Viterbo students connect for hands-on health simulations Read more about Making an ‘IMPACT’ UWL’s top graduate programs are receiving national recognition. Four of its more than 20 graduate degree programs are ranked in the top 100 for their disciplines by U.S. News & World Report. National notability Posted 8 a.m. Friday, Feb. 3, 2023 Four recognized as top graduate programs at UWL Read more about National notability UWL student Christonna Shafranski describes the pain she was experiencing in her back, which turned out to be pyelonephritis in a video interview with a professor in her physical therapy program. Learning can save lives Posted 8 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022 Physical therapy class helps student realize she has a serious infection Read more about Learning can save lives UWL physical therapy students have organized a digital scavenger hunt April 3-23. The event is an opportunity for community members to get outdoors, explore the community and win prizes.  Taking to the trails Posted noon Thursday, March 31, 2022 UWL students organize digital scavenger hunt April 3-23 Read more about Taking to the trails Kari Willett,'17 & '20, is a physical therapist for NeuroTour, a performing arts care provider offering services in Europe and the United States. Currently, Willett is the resident physiotherapist for the United Kingdom and Ireland tour of “Beauty and the Beast.” Theater therapy Posted 1:42 p.m. Monday, March 28, 2022 Alum Kari Willett provides care for theater productions in the United Kingdom Read more about Theater therapy Austin Bol, right, with fellow UWL Physician Assistant Student Society members Elise Kreger, left, president, and Allison Riemersma, vice president, with the Little Free Library they presented to the St. Clare Health Mission. Bol has a special connection to the worldwide network of neighborhood libraries — his dad, Todd Bol, founded the organization. ‘A book in every hand’ Posted 10:55 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021 Little Free Library has special meaning for UW-La Crosse grad student Read more about ‘A book in every hand’ Associate Professor John Greany watches his students provide virtual rehabilitation services to local community members — part of UWL's Exercise Program for Adults with Neurologic Disorders. The assignment gave students firsthand experience within the growing field of telehealth. Virtual rehab Posted 11:29 a.m. Wednesday, June 23, 2021 UWL Physical Therapy Program embraces shift to telehealth Read more about Virtual rehab

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