Celebrating Women’s “Herstory” Month

Traci Bush looks upon her life as a “series of fateful events that led to a series of opportunities.” From …

Good news for physical therapists, great news for patients

Physical therapy often can help patients recover faster, more fully and with less invasive and expensive procedures from conditions ranging …
DMU Physical Therapy Program: 1990-2015

Physical Therapy program celebrates 25 years

Commencement is always a special occasion at a university, but 2015 is extra-special for DMU’s physical therapy program: In May …

Avoid office injury by following ergonomic principles

Humans have long spent the majority of their waking hours at work. But instead of manufacturing, farming and building, most …

DMU expands opportunities in postgraduate physical therapy studies

The physical therapy profession has faced change beyond health care reform and evolving patient demographics. The profession’s terminal degree used …

Physical Therapy Clinic moves patients, improves function in every stage and age

A terrific team: DMU physical therapy clinicians include Libby Trausch, Sharon Johansen, Kari Smith, Shane McClinton, Traci Bush, Michelle Brown, …

Without change, things just wouldn’t be the same

At any institution of higher education, it isn’t just the students who change every year. Catch up on some other recent transitions at DMU.

Great Beginnings

The inauguration of DMU’s new president, Angela Walker Franklin, Ph.D., was a “seminal moment” in the University’s history and future that featured formalities, festivities, a fun run and a 50-passenger bus that trekked more than 1,100 miles to be part of the occasion.