Paul Killoren, PT, DPT15326365_10101230041624255_4351224203606257586_n

Paul Killoren PT, DPT earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Regis University in 2010 and Bachelor’s in Biology/Pre-Physical Therapy from University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 2007.  He has been a physical therapist since 2010, a cash-based private practice owner in 2012, a dry needling educator since 2014, and founded iDryNeedle (US Dry Needling and Physio products) in 2014.

9 thoughts on “About

  1. I just happened upon your site today and have to say I really enjoy the blogs. As a current student, it definitely helps to read things from a different perspective than what we see all day in the classroom. Congratulations on your success and best wishes in the future! I look forward to following your blog posts and as a HUGE Husky and Seahawk fan who has lived in Florida for the past 23 years, I must say I am quite jealous of where you get to practice your passion!!! Go DAWGS!!

    1. Hey Jason. Sorry it took so long to get back to you. We truly appreciate your comment. Keep working hard and start establishing ways to change the game. We are HUGE Husky and Seahwaks fans as well! 🙂 Living the dream! Tough loss against the ducks this weekend, but the #Dawgs are on the come up! But….the #Hawks keep winning! Let’s go! 🙂

  2. Please continue to write, as you are being proactive and dedicated to our profession. I believe we all need to think and perform with your vision in mind. It’s very difficult to keep your head up and out of water in times like this (ie. medicare changes), but just stumbling upon this blog has given me reassurance and inspiration to keep going (granted I am only 2 yrs out of school). Thank you and I will continue to follow!

    1. Thank you Melissa for your comment. It is truly refreshing to hear from others that are so passionate about our profession. You are correct in the fact it is easy to dwell upon the bleak future of Physical Therapy. We will never go there. Think like there is no box and continue working towards being a #NextGenPT! We need more people like you to be a #GameChanger in our profession! Don’t ever give up!

    2. Thanks Melissa! It’s definitely daunting in our current healthcare climate. In the end, we do it all for our patients…so focus on them and how to better serve and I promise it will always be worth it.

  3. I am going to graduate school to be an OT. I fearful about PT’s and SLP’s always haunting OT’s and prancing around like they are better than OT’s. If it wasn’t for my upbringing, and the lack of comprehension with calculus, I would have challenged myself to do better in math and pursue PT or PA school. I actually made the highest grade on our anatomy and physiology exam so I have some potential – but I know that’s mostly only recalling information… But can you please shine a light on will PT’s haunt me the rest of my life? If I went to a private school and had daddy’s money I’m sure I could have done well in math and achieved more without the burden of debt…

  4. Plus if I’m attractive and I have a solid personality and I’m kind, will people not judge me as much for choosing to be an OT vs a PT?

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