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About US

About US

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RESIDENCIES & FELLOWSHIPS

Hands-on training in a clinical setting is a key part of becoming an effective and well-qualified physical therapist. Our physical therapy residencies and fellowships provide an intense and fulfilling year of putting your skills to work treating patients and helping you thrive as a physical therapy professional.

If you want to accelerate your preparation as a clinician or further specialize — to work as an educator, advocate or consultant — we offer several post-professional clinical residencies and fellowships.

STRATEGIC VISION

To transform health care by creating the future in physical therapy.

Advances in science and technology, especially in the areas of communications and information processing, are transforming society and igniting innovations aimed at improving human health.
Yet, health care provision and education models have failed to adequately deliver these scientific advances equitably across all populations.

The USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy is committed to transforming how we prepare the next generation of physical therapists to deliver the highest level of care to society. With our longstanding leadership in the field, we are uniquely positioned to develop innovative solutions that integrate our strengths in research, education and clinical service. By leveraging these assets, we can create new value for students, patients and people everywhere.

  • Transform Education to Meet Societal Needs
  • Develop Leaders for a Rapidly Changing Health Care System
  • Integrate Research and Practice to Advance Science and Human Health
  • Influence Local and Global Communities of Practice
MOVEMENT

Human health and quality of life across the lifespan depend on the ability to move skillfully and efficiently. We strive to advance the scientific understanding of the extraordinarily complex phenomenon of human movement and to develop innovative movement-related interventions that enhance functional capacity and improve performance.

STRATEGIC VISION

To transform health care by creating the future in physical therapy.

Advances in science and technology, especially in the areas of communications and information processing, are transforming society and igniting innovations aimed at improving human health.
Yet, health care provision and education models have failed to adequately deliver these scientific advances equitably across all populations.

The USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy is committed to transforming how we prepare the next generation of physical therapists to deliver the highest level of care to society. With our longstanding leadership in the field, we are uniquely positioned to develop innovative solutions that integrate our strengths in research, education and clinical service. By leveraging these assets, we can create new value for students, patients and people everywhere.

  • Transform Education to Meet Societal Needs
  • Develop Leaders for a Rapidly Changing Health Care System
  • Integrate Research and Practice to Advance Science and Human Health
  • Influence Local and Global Communities of Practice
MOVEMENT

Human health and quality of life across the lifespan depend on the ability to move skillfully and efficiently. We strive to advance the scientific understanding of the extraordinarily complex phenomenon of human movement and to develop innovative movement-related interventions that enhance functional capacity and improve performance.

STRATEGIC VISION

To transform health care by creating the future in physical therapy.

Advances in science and technology, especially in the areas of communications and information processing, are transforming society and igniting innovations aimed at improving human health.
Yet, health care provision and education models have failed to adequately deliver these scientific advances equitably across all populations.

The USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy is committed to transforming how we prepare the next generation of physical therapists to deliver the highest level of care to society. With our longstanding leadership in the field, we are uniquely positioned to develop innovative solutions that integrate our strengths in research, education and clinical service. By leveraging these assets, we can create new value for students, patients and people everywhere.

  • Transform Education to Meet Societal Needs
  • Develop Leaders for a Rapidly Changing Health Care System
  • Integrate Research and Practice to Advance Science and Human Health
  • Influence Local and Global Communities of Practice
MOVEMENT

Human health and quality of life across the lifespan depend on the ability to move skillfully and efficiently. We strive to advance the scientific understanding of the extraordinarily complex phenomenon of human movement and to develop innovative movement-related interventions that enhance functional capacity and improve performance.

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CONCUSSION More Info

Cancer treatment can cause physical impairments that impact your quality of life and ability to function.

Asian Pacific Islander Student Affinity Group More Info

The Asian Pacific Islander Student Affinity Group is a group dedicated to promoting knowledge regarding the Asian Pacific Islander experience to all USC BKNPT students, faculty and alumni.

We hope to provide group members with knowledge, networking opportunities, mentorship connections and community during our open group discussions about current events/history and hosting speakers.

If you are interested in joining our email list, click here to add your name.

Faculty Advisor:

  • Jonathan Sum
    sum@pt.usc.edu

Student Leaders:

  • Gary Chen
    gjchen@usc.edu
  • Jeanne Huynh
    jeannehu@usc.edu
  • Paul Kim
    eung@usc.edu
  • Emily Moon
    moonemil@usc.edu
  • Emma Wong
    emmawong@usc.edu
CONCUSSION More Info

Cancer treatment can cause physical impairments that impact your quality of life and ability to function.

Asian Pacific Islander Student Affinity Group More Info

The Asian Pacific Islander Student Affinity Group is a group dedicated to promoting knowledge regarding the Asian Pacific Islander experience to all USC BKNPT students, faculty and alumni.

We hope to provide group members with knowledge, networking opportunities, mentorship connections and community during our open group discussions about current events/history and hosting speakers.

If you are interested in joining our email list, click here to add your name.

Faculty Advisor:

  • Jonathan Sum
    sum@pt.usc.edu

Student Leaders:

  • Gary Chen
    gjchen@usc.edu
  • Jeanne Huynh
    jeannehu@usc.edu
  • Paul Kim
    eung@usc.edu
  • Emily Moon
    moonemil@usc.edu
  • Emma Wong
    emmawong@usc.edu