• Prospective Students
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    Prospective Students

    Ranked #1 since 2004 by U.S. News and World Report, the Division is a center of excellence for clinical practice, education, and research in physical therapy.

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  • Patient Care
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    Patient Care

    Division faculty experts provide high-quality patient care services in various specialty areas to the surrounding community.

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  • Clinical Educators
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    Clinical Educators

    The Division maintains contracts with 1000+ facilities all over the United States. We value our clinical educators and are always looking for additional quality clinical education sites for our DPT students.

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  • Alumni & Friends
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    Alumni & Friends

    As valuable members of the Trojan Family, there are many ways in which you can become involved.

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Against All Odds: Going for Gold in the Special Olympics

Tennis player and physical therapy donor’s son Jonathan Fried won gold in 2007, silver in 2011 and hopes to medal again this summer.

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Private donor funds USC physical therapy research on rotator cuff injuries

Barbara Fried donates nearly $500,000 to USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy for research grant to explore physical therapy effects on torn rotator cuffs.

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Life After Prostate Cancer

The USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy tests 15-week workout regimen for men struggling with feminizing effects of common prostate cancer treatment.

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Student Spotlight
Nick
Nick Detrick DPT '17
Driven by desire to help others, Trojan DPT student donates bone marrow to save stranger's life.
Video Spotlight
Division Campaign Video
The Division of Biokinesiology and physical Therapy has a long history of pioneering and shaping the profession. The following video highlights the Division’s unparalleled areas of education, research, and clinical practice…
Faculty Spotlight
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Beth Smith
Dr. Smith is studying the effects of early therapeutic intervention in infants with or at risk for developmental delay.