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School of Physical Therapy

The School of Physical Therapy includes five distinct programs, Undergraduate Health and Exercise Science (HES), Entry-Level Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), Creighton University Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD) cohort, the Residency in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy (ROPT), and the Fellowship in Orthopedic Manual Therapy (FOMPT). The School of Physical Therapy has an overarching mission, vision, and strategic goals and each of the programs has its unique mission, vision, and goals consistent with that of the School. Overall, our focus within the school is study of the science of movement and how movement promotes the overall health and wellness of those that we serve.

Diverse Program Offerings

Our undergraduate and graduate programs, each recognized for their unique excellence, are designed to match where you might be in your career as a physical therapy professional.

Cura Personalis

To students means looking at all aspects that affect individuals and community’s health, including social justice issues, along with each individuals’ unique circumstances, challenges and gifts.

Physical Therapy Clinic

The School of Physical Therapy offers physical therapy services to faculty, staff and students with various injuries or conditions, with or without a physician referral. 

Mark Reinking, dean of physical therapy
Mark Reinking, PT, Ph.D., SCS, ATC
Dean, School of Physical Therapy
Physical therapy teacher adjusts patient

Mission and Values

Regis University's School of Physical Therapy is dedicated to providing values-centered education within the Jesuit Catholic tradition.

Clinical Biomechanics Lab

The Regis University Clinical Biomechanics Lab is a state of the art facility that helps improve performance and reduce injury risk through the application of biomechanical principles.