CHP students are creating a new virtual workout series called Smiles and Sweat in collaboration with Special Olympics Oregon. Two first-year physical therapy students are producing the classes.
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A group of 40+ students from Athletic Training, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physician Associates Studies and Audiology came together to provide medical coverage for the 2023 Youth Games which was held at the Nike campus in Beaverton. During this event the team provided care for over 500 Special Olympic athletes.
Oahn Ngo MSAT '22 is spending her second season with the NFL team.
Athletic Training Graduates Recognized at School of Physical Therapy & Athletic Training Awards Ceremony
The Pacific University School of Physical Therapy & Athletic Training recognized some of its top 2023 athletic training graduates on May 19.
The faculty and students from the Athletic Training Program will be sharing their expertise at the 2023 Northwest Athletic Trainers Association (NWATA) Conference. The conference is scheduled next week in Spokane, Wash.
Trevor Hunt MSAT '21 owes his place in the National Football League to one very long weekend day when he was at Pacific.
Last call for Boxer Boot Camp 2023. Faculty and staff are paired with their own personal student trainer and a nutritional assistant as part of this 11-week program. Register by Friday, Feb. 10, for this free class!
Faculty and students from the School of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training will be sharing their expertise at the 2023 American Physical Therapy Association's Oregon Conference. The annual chapter meeting takes place in March at Providence St. Vincent.
Faculty, students and alumni from the Pacific University School of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training were recognized in August at the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) House of Delegates held in Washington D.C.
Toward a Healing Presence | Stress Reduction & Resilience Training for Healthcare Students & Employees
The Oregon Healthcare Workforce Institute (OHWI) Pacific is providing free access to this online MSBR training for Pacific University health profession students, staff and faculty. The eight-week sessions begin Feb. 9.