Thursday, August 21, 2014
Monday, August 11, 2014
SLU PT Alumni Gozie Ndolo
(DPT Class of 2011) recently went to Nigeria with a group called Living Hope Ministries!
Gozie and other volunteers on this Christian medical mission saw 2,500 patients in 5 days.
Gozie took educational posters that she and other students created in SLU PT faculty member Kim Levenhagen's DPT 565 Communication Process course. See videos and photos of Gozie giving the posters to a clinic that she helped.
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Did you miss SLU PT Faculty Gretchen Salsich in Newslink on Friday? She was recognized in the St. Louis Post Dispatch for her NIH Grant!
You can find the St. Louis Post Dispatch article here.
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Today is a very seminal day in the Program in Physical Therapy as it is the first day of the inaugural SLU-SSM Orthopedic Residency! Our two licensed residents, Lindsay Noeson, PT, DPT and Samantha Peterson, PT, DPT both start this morning with orientation.
Kudos to Chris Sebelski, Residency Director and Jill Eveker, Associate Residency Director for their outstanding work in making this happen. They have had the help of many, both folks at SLU and at SSM. Thanks also to Irma Ruebling for her advocacy for us as we went through the process of getting the residency approved last year.
We wish the best to our two residents and our residency faculty as we embark on this new journey!
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Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Monday, August 4, 2014
SLU PT alumni Cristina Mayne-Nicholls (DPT Class of 2013) recently created a summer sports camp for kids with special needs.
"I really felt Central Arkansas could use an intensive therapy program that is designed around sports for kids with special needs over the summer. So, they kind of let me go with it and and let me roll with it and let me follow my dream to create this camp," said Mayne-Nicholls.
A local news station even did a piece about the camp!
You can find it here.
We could not be prouder of this SLU PT alum!
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