In honor of National Men’s Health Month, we revisit the story of Richard Johannesen, who, under the care of Daniel Kirages, sought a return to normalcy after successfully battling prostate cancer.
Meet the division faculty members, leading innovative studies using virtual reality to treat Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and stroke as part of the USC SensoriMotor Assessment and Rehabilitation Training in Virtual Reality Center (SMART-VR Center).
On Friday, May 15, we celebrated the remarkable accomplishments of our graduating Class of 2020. Click here to watch the virtual ceremony.
DPT@USC’s hybrid pathway eased the transition to online instruction during COVID-19. BY MICHELLE McCARTHY April 15, 2020 “I’d be lying if I told you I… Read more »
Only 5 percent of practicing physical therapists are African American. Melodie Daniels DPT ’21 hopes to change that, serving as a role model to other people of color.
Sarah Greytak learned to think outside of the box at USC. Now she’s putting her physical therapy skills to unexpected-but-much-needed use within the Denver police and sheriff’s departments.
A rare inner ear disorder kept Hudson Stimmler bedbound for days on end. After surgery, a USC physical therapist helped him get back on his feet.
USC launches one of the nation’s first master’s of biokinesiology programs with a sports science emphasis.
USC’s interdisciplinary ALS clinic helps Shaun Kalpakoff prolong the onset of ALS’ devastating symptoms, giving the single father precious time to play with his 10-year-old son.
With the advent of the new DPT@USC hybrid program, which began this summer, there are now two educational paths that ultimately converge into a USC doctor of physical therapy degree. In this issue, we asked first-year residential DPT student Cheri Chan DPT ’21 and first-year hybrid student Maya Acocella DPT ’21 to chronicle two days in their lives as USC DPT students to show how similar (and, in some cases, how different) the two educational paths are.