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Alex Abzug, PT, DPT, OCS
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Alex Abzug’s full profile)

Ginelle C. Amormino PT, DPT
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Ginelle C. Amormino’s full profile)

Michael Andersen PT, DPT, OCS
Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Michael Andersen’s full profile)

Andrea Austin, PT, DPT, OCS, ATC
Andrea Austin is an Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy. Her clinical focus is in orthopedic physical Therapy, and she is a certified athletic trainer. She has a particular interest in treating conditions of the shoulder, elbow, hip, foot and ankle. Dr. Austin is a member of the Orthopedic Section of the American Physical Therapy Association.  (see Andrea Austin’s full profile)

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Marina Babaan, MSPT
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Marina Babaan’s full profile)

Kyle Baldwin, PT, DPT
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy. (see Kyle Baldwin’s full profile)

Max Barroso, PT, DPT, SCS
Max Barroso is an instructor of clinical physical therapy in the Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. A board-certified sports clinical specialist, he provides physical therapy services on USC’s University Park Campus, specializing in orthopedic and sports injuries. (see Max Barroso’s full profile)

Elizabeth Bottrell, DPT, FAAOMPT
Liz Bottrell’s clinical interests are orthopedic in nature and span the entire body – headaches and TMD to toe and foot injuries. She is an advocate for advancing the public’s understanding of the benefits of PT and creating greater personal and community health through active engagement. (see Elizabeth Bottrell’s full profile)

Nina S. Bradley, PhD, PT
Nina S. Bradley is an associate professor whose research and teaching interests focus on motor control, with an emphasis on developmental aspects of sensorimotor physiology, neuro-biomechanical interactions and skills acquisition. (see Nina S. Bradley’s full profile)

Tommy Brice, PT, DPT, OCS
Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy. (see Tommy Brice’s full profile)

Melissa Brose, PT, DPT, NCS
Melissa Brose is an adjunct instructor of clinical physical therapy who practices as an inpatient physical therapist at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center on the neuro-rehabilitation service. (see Melissa Brose’s full profile)

Chelsey Brown, PT, DPT, NCS
Chelsey Brown is an adjunct instructor of clinical physical therapy. (see Chelsey Brown’s full profile)

Wendy Burke, PT, DPT, MS, OCS, CCRC
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy. (see Wendy Burke’s full profile)

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Geoffrey Cariker, PT, DPT, GCS
Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Geoffrey Cariker’s full profile)

Claire Castiglioni, PT, DPT
Claire Castiglioni is an instructor of clinical physical therapy and a physical therapist at Keck Hospital of USC. She treats a wide variety of patient populations, including those in postsurgical orthopedics and oncology, and has a special interest in outpatient and inpatient wound care. (see Claire Castiglioni’s full profile)

Lilian Chen-Fortanesce, PT, DPT, OCS
Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Lilian Chen-Fortanesce’s full profile)

Lyssa Cleary, PT, DPT, OCS
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Lyssa Cleary’s full profile)

Daniel Cleland, PT, DPT
Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Daniel Cleland’s full profile)

Jason Cozby, PT, DPT, OCS
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Jason Cozby’s full profile)

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Manjiri Dahdul, PT, DPT, ATP
Manjiri Dahdul is an adjunct instructor of clinical physical therapy, and in 2014 was recognized as Clinical Educator of the Year. She specializes in neurological rehabilitation, spinal cord injuries and pressure ulcer management. (see Manjiri Dahdul’s full profile)

Nora Darakjian, PT, DPT
Nora Darakjian is an instructor of clinical physical therapy. She practices at USC Physical Therapy on the Health Sciences Campus, where she focuses on treating individuals with neurologic disorders. (see Nora Darakjian’s full profile)

Lauren Decker, PT, DPT, CCS
Lauren Decker is an instructor of clinical physical therapy and practices at Keck Medical Center of USC. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association. (see Lauren Decker’s full profile)

Joe Derian, PT, DPT, OCS
Joe Derian is an adjunct instructor of clinical physical therapy who teaches first-year doctoral students. Board certified in orthopedic physical therapy, he is also interested in education and how physical therapy students learn skills. (see Joe Derian’s full profile)

Mary Derrick, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Mary Derrick, PT, DPT, is an adjunct instructor of clinical physical therapy. She specializes in orthopedics, manual therapy and multidisciplinary interventions for persistent pain she is also a board-certified orthopaedic clinical specialist and a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists. (see Mary Derrick’s full profile)

Aimee M. Diaz, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC
Aimee Diaz is director of the Sports Physical Therapy Residency. In addition to overseeing the year-long residency, she teaches in the didactic modules and mentors residents. (see Aimee M. Diaz’s full profile)

Carly Diller, PT, DPT
Carly Diller is a physical therapist at Keck Medical Center of USC, specializing in cardiopulmonary acute care physical therapy, adult neurological rehabilitation and Parkinson’s disease. She is a credentialed clinical instructor and a certified Pilates instructor. (see Carly Diller’s full profile)

Darlene Dirstine, PT, DPT, NCS
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Darlene Dirstine’s full profile)

Jesus Dominguez, PhD, PT
Jesus Dominguez chairs the admissions committee for the Doctor of Physical Therapy program. He is also the coordinator of the cardiopulmonary curriculum and general medicine curriculum and instructs second-year students in cardiovascular and pulmonary patient management. (see Jesus Dominguez’s full profile)

Jacquelyn Dylla, PT, DPT, OCS
Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy. (see Jacquelyn Dylla’s full profile)

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Twyla Evano, PT, DPT

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James Finley, PhD
James Finley directs the Locomotor Control Laboratory where he investigates how locomotion is controlled and adapted in both the healthy and injured neuromuscular system. (see James Finley’s full profile)

Beth Fisher, PhD, PT, FAPTA
Beth Fisher is a professor of clinical physical therapy in the Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy and holds a joint appointment in the Department of Neurology at the Keck School of Medicine of USC. She is also director of the Neuroplasticity and Imaging Laboratory, using transcranial magnetic stimulation to investigate brain/behavior relationships during motor skill learning and motor control in non-disabled individuals and those with neurologic disorders. (see Beth Fisher’s full profile)

Erin Fitzgerald, PT, DPT, NCS
Since 2014, Erin Fitzgerald has worked in clinical research with various labs at USC focusing on patients with neurologic diagnoses, including stroke, Parkinson’s disease, chronic pain and Alzheimer’s disease. (see Erin Fitzgerald’s full profile)

Linda Fetters, PhD, PT, FAPTA
Linda Fetters, now retired, was Professor and Sykes Family Chair in Pediatric Physical Therapy, Health and Development, Division of Biokinesiology & Physical Therapy and Department of Pediatrics, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California. She directed the Development of Infant Motor Performance Laboratory where her research focused on improving the quality of life for infants and children. She is a co-author of “Evidence Based Physical Therapy,” published 2019, FA Davis and is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Pediatric Physical Therapy. (see Linda Fetters’ full profile)

Sean Flanagan, PhD, ATC, CSCS
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Sean Flanagan’s full profile)

Samuel Franklin, DPT, OCS, CSCS
Samuel Franklin grew up in Sarasota, FL, before attending the University of Miami for his undergraduate and graduate education.He received his B.S. in Exercise Physiology/Kinesiology, followed by his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. He then pursued his specialization through the Orthopedic Residency program at University of Southern California. (see Samuel Franklin’s full profile)

Scott Freedman, PT, PhD, SCS
Scott Freedman is a board-certified sports clinical specialist, specializing in the treatment and prevention of sports-related injuries. He has rehabilitated numerous Olympic and professional athletes, and served as physical therapist for USA Track and Field, Gymnastics and Ski/Snowboard athletes. (see Scott Freedman’s full profile)

Diane Frehlich
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Diane Frehlich’s full profile)

Lisa Fukuzato, PT, DPT, NCS
Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Lisa Fukuzato’s full profile)

 

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Oscar Gallardo, PT, DPT, NCS
Oscar Gallardo is an adjunct instructor of clinical physical therapy who specializes in neurologic rehabilitation, community wellness, and local and international physical therapy service and outreach. He is an active member of the California Physical Therapy Association and the American Physical Therapy Association and its neurology section. (see Oscar Gallardo’s full profile)

Christopher Gerona, PT, DPT, SCS
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Christopher Gerona’s full profile)

Janelle Gilmer, PT, DPT, GCS
Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Janelle Gilmer’s full profile)

Lori Ginoza, PT, DPT, NCS
Lori Ginoza is a physical therapist at USC Physical Therapy at the Health Sciences Campus, the faculty practice of the USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. She specializes in treating patients with headaches and neurologic disorders. (see Lori Ginoza’s full profile)

Joseph Godges, DPT, MA, OCS
Joseph Godges serves USC in a part-time position where his primary focus is to support clinical residency and fellowship programs and the professional development of clinical instructors through high quality continuing education. (see Joseph Godges’ full profile)

James Gordon, EdD, PT, FAPTA
James Gordon is the associate dean and chair of the USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. His research has been focused on neural control of arm movements, especially the roles of proprioceptive information in control of reaching movements. (see James Gordon’s full profile)

Katie Gorkiewicz, PT, DPT
Katie Gorkiewicz is an instructor of physical therapy at the division. She is also a physical therapist at Keck Hospital of USC where she treats a wide variety of patients and has a special interest in inpatient cardiopulmonary and wound care. She also serves as a mentor for entry level DPT students. (see Katie Gorkiewicz full profile)

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Jari Haile
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Jari Haile’s full profile)

Jennifer Halvaksz, PT, DPT, OCS

Jenna Hankard, PT, DPT
Jenna Hankard is a physical therapist at the Keck Hospital of USC and a clinical and academic faculty member at the USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. She specializes in treating patients with neurologic disorders in the inpatient rehabilitation setting and teaches in clinical management of the patient with neurologic dysfunction. (see Jenna Hankard’s full profile)

Astghik Harutyanyan, PT, DPT

Kathryn L. Havens, PhD
Kathryn L. Havens is an assistant professor of clinical physical therapy whose research focuses on the adaptability of the human system to internal and external factors using the scientific principles underlying biokinesiology. Her current research interest is infant carrying and identifying the physical and mental health challenges and benefits to this practice, including the biomechanical adaptations of caregivers during infant carrying with a focus on low back pain and pelvic health. (see Kathryn Havens’ full profile)

Marisa Hentis, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS
Marisa Hentis is an instructor of clinical physical therapy that specializes in the performing arts. She sees patients clinically at USC Physical Therapy Associates at Engemann Student Health Center. She is board-certified by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialities as a Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). She is also CAPP-Pelvic Certified for pelvic floor disorders through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). She is currently a Nominating Committee Member for the APTA Performing Arts Special Interest Group (PASIG). She specializes in the treatment of variety of orthopedic diagnoses including performing artists, dancers, runners, other sports related injuries, and pelvic floor dysfunctions. (see Marisa Hentis’ full profile)

Julie Hershberg, PT, DPT, NCS
Julie Hershberg is an adjunct instructor of clinical physical therapy who specializes in neurologic rehabilitation, movement disorders and motor learning. (see Julie Hershberg’s full profile)

Larry Ho, PT, DPT, MS, OCS
Larry Ho is an adjunct associate professor of clinical physical therapy who specializes in orthopedics, manual therapy and sport medicine. He founded the Ho Rehabilitation Center in Tarzana, Calif. (see Larry Ho’s profile)

Jing-Ching (Sally) Ho, PT, DPT, OCS
Jing-Ching (Sally) Ho is an adjunct associate professor of clinical physical therapy who specializes in orthopedic conditions, chronic pain management, TMJ dysfunction, headache and facial pain, and wellness promotion. (see Jing-Ching (Sally) Ho’s full profile)

Robbin Howard, DPT, NCS
Robbin Howard is an assistant professor of clinical physical therapy at the USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. She practices at USC Physical Therapy at the Health Sciences Campus, the division’s faculty practice, where she specializes treating patients with vestibular- and neurologic-related disorders. (see Robbin Howard’s full profile)

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Lydia In, MPT, GCS
Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Lydia In’s full profile)

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Minnie Jan, PT, DPT, CSCS
Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Minnie Jan’s full profile)

John Jankoski, PT, DPT, NCS, OCS
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see John Jankoski’s full profile)

Eileen V. Johnson, PT, DPT, WCS
Eileen V. Johnson is a physical therapist at the faculty practice on the Health Sciences Campus. She specializes in treating patients with pelvic floor dysfunction and is board certified by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties as a women’s health clinical specialist. (see Eileen Johnson’s full profile)

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Kelsie Kaiser, PT, DPT
Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Kelsie Kaiser’s full profile)

Yasuyuki Kasayama, PT, DPT, MHA, OCS
Yasuyuki Kasayama practices at the Keck Hospital of USC, focusing on orthopedic diagnoses and early mobilization and discharges for patients undergoing total joint replacement surgeries. He also teaches an orthopedic patient management course for first-year students in the doctor of physical therapy program, and is a clinical instructor and mentor. (see Yasuyuki Kasayama’s full profile)

Kenneth Kim, PT, DPT, CSCS, OCS
Kenneth Kim is an instructor of clinical physical therapy and a primary faculty mentor in the Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy Residency programs. He teaches the first-year course for doctoral students in therapeutic exercise. He has also served as a guest lecturer for the ergonomics course for the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC. He practices at USC Physical Therapy, a faculty practice of the Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. A board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist, he treats orthopedic and sports injuries and is a member of the orthopedic and sports sections of the American Physical Therapy Association. (see Kenneth Kim’s full profile)

Sarah King, PT, DPT, CCS
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Sarah King’s full profile)

Daniel Kirages, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Daniel Kirages is an associate professor of clinical physical therapy. In clinical practice, he cares for diverse patients, addressing orthopedic and pelvic health disorders. In the classroom, for both the residential and hybrid programs, he serves as course director for integrated patient management clinical skills in the third year of the doctor of physical therapy curriculum. (see Daniel Kirage’s full profile)

Libby Krause, PT, DPT
Clinical Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Libby Krause’s full profile)

Kornelia Kulig, PhD, PT, FAPTA
Kornelia Kulig is a professor clinical scholar-physical therapy whose research focuses on orthopedic conditions with recurrent symptoms, including low back pain and tendinopathies. In that context, she explores tissue morphology, physiology and movement strategies in a broad range of activities, pathology stages and populations. She is co-director of the Musculoskeletal Biomechanics Laboratory. (see Kornelia Kulig’s full profile)

Jason Kutch, PhD
Jason Kutch is an associate professor who focuses on understanding brain and spinal cord networks that control muscle fibers through studies using neuroimaging, electrophysiology and mathematical models. His research also aims to optimize rehabilitation for restoring normal control of muscle in individuals with chronic pain. (see Jason Kutch’s full profile)

Angela Kwan, PT, DPT, CWS
Angela Kwan is an inpatient wound care physical therapist at Keck Hospital of USC. She treats a wide range of patients with complex surgical, vasculitic, pressure, diabetic and atypical wounds. A certified wound specialist through the American Board of Wound Management, she is also a certified clinical instructor through the American Physical Therapy Association. (see Angela Kwan’s full profile)

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Rob Landel, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, FAPTA
Rob Landel is a professor of clinical physical therapy in the USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy, director of the entry-level Doctor of Physical Therapy program and director of the residency programs. He established and was director of the private practice of USC Physical Therapy, where he continues to treat patients, primarily those with orthopedic, balance and vestibular disorders. He was the founding director of the Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency program at USC and continues to provide clinical mentorship and instruction to residents. (see Rob Landel’s full profile)

Justin Lantz, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Justin Lantz is an assistant professor of clinical physical therapy and a practicing clinician at the Health Sciences Campus Faculty Practice for the USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. He is recognized by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties as a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) as well as a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT). Dr. Lantz specializes in treating orthopedic and sports medicine populations of all ages with an interest in spine injury. (see Justin Lantz’s full profile)

Susan Layfield, PT, DPT, MS, OCS
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Susan Layfield’s full profile)

Covey Lazouras, PT, DPT, NCS, ATP
Covey Lazouras is an adjunct instructor of clinical physical therapy who teaches a course in the physical therapy management of individuals with neurologic disorders. He serves as a mentor and site coordinator in the USC/Rancho Los Amigos Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency program and is board certified in neurologic physical therapy and by the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America as an assistive technology practitioner. Dr. Lazouras is the supervisor of clinical physical therapy on the Neurology Service at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center. (see Covey Lazouras’ full profile)

Ian Leahy, PT, DPT, OCS
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Ian Leahy’s full profile)

Kristan Leech, PhD, DPT, PT
Kristan Leech is an assistant professor of research and USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. She is a physical therapist and neuroscientist who studies motor learning and rehabilitation of walking in individuals with central nervous system damage and disease. Her research lab designs and implements behavioral experiments to investigate the factors that contribute to a person’s capacity to change their gait and learn a different walking pattern. (see Kristan Leech’s full profile)

Rebecca Lewthwaite, PhD
Rebecca Lewthwaite is an adjunct assistant professor of research who specializes in evidence-based practice, psychological/behavioral science in physical therapy, motivation and learning, and self-efficacy. (see Rebecca Lewthwaite’s full profile)

Kristi L. Lewton, PhD
Dr. Kristi Lewton is an adjunct assistant professor of Biokinesiology, an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Biological Sciences in Dornsife College, and holds a primary appointment as assistant professor of Clinical Integrative Anatomical Sciences in the Keck School of Medicine. (see Kristi Lewton’s full profile)

Bernard Li, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS
Dr. Bernard Li is an Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy in the USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. He is also a faculty mentor in the Orthopedic Physical Therapy residency program and the Sports Physical Therapy residency program at USC. For the Keck School of Medicine of USC, Dr. Li instructs the musculoskeletal examination labs for the Introduction to Clinical Medicine courses. (see Bernard Li’s full profile)

Charles Y. Liu, PhD, MD
Charles Y. Liu is a professor of neurological surgery, with joint appointments in neurology, urology, biomedical engineering, and biokinesiology and physical therapy. He directs the USC Neurorestoration Center which aims to develop transformative approaches to restore function to the damaged nervous system. He is engaged in a broad spectrum of efforts that brings together the fields of engineering and medicine to develop systems-level solutions to challenges that lead to human suffering due to loss of nervous system function over the life-span. (see Charles Liu’s full profile)

Sook-Lei Liew, PhD, OTR/L
Sook-Lei Liew is an assistant professor with dual appointments in the USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy, Keck School of Medicine of USC’s Department of Neurology and USC Viterbi School’s Department of Biomedical Engineering. She specializes in observations of motor systems during action using neuroimaging and behavioral methods; mechanisms of neural plasticity and neural repair using noninvasive brain stimulation and brain-computer interfaces; the use of brain-computer interfaces with stroke patients; and noninvasive brain stimulation to enhance motor learning in healthy individuals. (see Sook-Lei Liew’s full profile)

Carly Lochala, PT, DPT, NCS
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Carly Lochala’s full profile)

Stefan Loop, PT, DPT
Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Stefan Loop’s full profile)

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Clarisa Martinez, PT, DPT, MS
Clarisa Martinez is an assistant professor of clinical physical therapy who specializes in characterizing motor capability after stroke, post-stroke rehabilitation and translating rehabilitation research into clinical practice. (see Clarisa Martinez’s full profile)

Yogi Matharu, PT, DPT, OCS
Yogi Matharu is director of the USC Physical Therapy faculty practice site at 1640 Marengo Street in Los Angeles. He specializes in orthopedic and neurologic disorders, and is a board-certified specialist in orthopedic physical therapy. (see Yogi Matharu’s full profile)

Didi Matthews, PT, DPT, NCS
Didi Matthews is a clinical associate professor of physical therapy who specializes in physical therapy management of individuals with neurologic disorders. She serves as a mentor in the USC/Rancho Los Amigos Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency Program and is board certified in neurologic physical therapy. She also practices at InCourage Physical Therapy in Pasadena, Calif. (see Didi Matthews’ full profile)

Brian McNeil, PT, DPT, OCS
Brian McNeill is an instructor of clinical physical therapy and a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist who treats a variety of disorders affecting the musculoskeletal system, as well as focusing on sports training and performance. He is a certified Nike Golf 360 performance specialist and has worked with professional and collegiate coaches and athletes on sports performance, pitching mechanics and sports rehabilitation. His clinical research investigates scapular dyskinesis in patients with shoulder pain and rotator cuff repair rehabilitation. (see Brian McNeil’s full profile)

John Meyer, PT, DPT, OCS, FAFS
John Meyer is an adjunct assistant professor of clinical physical therapy who teaches Principles of Therapeutic Exercise and Clinical Imaging. His research interests include the screening, diagnosis, biomechanics and management of intraarticular hip and lower-extremity injuries as well as shoulder dysfunction in the overhead athlete. He has taught courses nationwide on the differential diagnosis and rehabilitation of hip, shoulder and spinal injuries. He is associate athletic director of sports science and performance for the USC Department of Athletics. He is also president and CEO of ISports PT in Los Angeles, which provides biomechanical movement analysis, physical therapy, consulting and sports-performance training to professional athletes and teams from the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, USOC, and AVP. (see John Meyer’s full profile)

Lisa Meyer, PT, DPT, OCS
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Lisa Meyer’s full profile)

Lori Michener, PhD, PT, ATC, SCS, FAPTA
Lori Michener is a professor clinical scholar-physical therapy whose research characterizes the biomechanics of musculoskeletal shoulder pain, diagnosis and treatment of shoulder and cervical pain, clinical trials investigating optimal treatment strategies for shoulder and cervical disorders, and the use of patient-rated outcomes measurement tools to assess health-related quality of life. She is director of the Clinical Biomechanics and Orthopedic Outcomes Research Laboratory, and directs the development, collection and analysis of patient-rated outcomes and process of care in the USC Physical Therapy clinics, and serves as a resource for clinical research. (see Lori Michener’s full profile)

Pamela Mikkelsen, PT, DPT, OCS
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Pamela Mikkelsen’s full profile)

Edwin Monroy, PT, DPT, CLT, CWS
Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Edwin Monroy’s full profile)

Peter Muhn, PT, DPT, OCS
Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Peter Muhn’s full profile)

Sara Mulroy, PhD, PT
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Sara Mulroy’s full profile)

Valerie Mumper, PT, DPT
Valerie Mumper practices at USC Physical Therapy in the Keck Hospital of USC, primarily treating patients with cardiovascular and pulmonary dysfunction. She also treats patients at the USC Center for Cystic Fibrosis. Additionally, she is an instructor of clinical physical therapy, serving as course coordinator and a primary instructor for the second-year course Patient Management of Cardiovascular, Pulmonary, and General Medical Conditions, in USC’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program. (see Valerie Mumper’s full profile)

Andrew Myler, PT, DPT, NCS
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Physical Therapy (see Andrew Myler’s full profile)

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