Community education @ DMU

UPDATE: The Feb. 1 class was postponed due to weather. It has been rescheduled for Feb. 15 in the same time/location as originally scheduled. Physical therapy can be very helpful in treating women’s health issues. Libby Trausch, D.P.T., from our Physical Therapy Clinic will be teaching a class for the community on Feb. 1 about […]

— Courtney Tompkins

What must you do while in Des Moines?

Many of our students come from rural Iowa, other states or even other countries. Some will stay and practice in Des Moines, some will disperse. So for those of you who have lived here or do live here, what things would you tell a new DMU student he or she MUST do while living here? […]

— Courtney Tompkins

Anatomy word of the month: bursa

A bursa, latin for a little bag or purse, is a closed fluid-filled sack that is typically found in places where a tendon crosses a bone or a muscle comes in contact with bone. It acts as a shock absorber and protection against friction damage to tendons, primarily. They are found in and around our […]

— Bill Dyche

Research spotlight: Rachel Reimer

Dr. Rachel Reimer is an assistant professor in the masters of public health program at Des Moines University. She received her Ph.D. in social psychology at Iowa State University in 2009. Her research is focused on the social psychology of health decisions. She is particularly interested in the social, cultural, and environmental factors that affect people’s […]

— Seth Stevenson

Happy new year!!!

Happy 2011! I hope this year brings you many steps closer to your dreams, showers you in good things and allows you to spend time with your favorite people. Each new year is a chance for a new beginning, fresh slate and more opportunities. Enjoy!

— Courtney Tompkins