The unique partnership aims to prepare traditionally underrepresented students to enter USC’s top-ranked doctor of physical therapy program.
Can exercise reduce the risk of heart disease in women with breast cancer? A new study from the division aims to find an optimal exercise program for breast cancer survivors.
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.
USC researcher to investigate how exercise impacts cognitive function in women with breast cancer undergoing chemotherapy.
Finley awarded NIH grant to better understand walking rehabilitation for survivors of stroke. BY JOHN HOBBS MA ’14 September 28, 2018 Every 40 seconds, someone… Read more »
BY MICHELLE McCARTHY July 30, 2018 We’ve all been there: Your back is aching from sitting in front of a computer all day or perhaps… Read more »
BY JOHN HOBBS MA ’14 Professor Carolee Winstein was honored with the 2018 John P. Maley Award, the highest distinction awarded by the American Physical… Read more »
The former Trojan QB credits Trojan physical therapists for getting him back on the field after a serious shoulder injury nearly sidelined him. BY JOHN… Read more »
BY ZARA ABRAMS Stroke is the leading cause of disability in adults, affecting more than 15 million people worldwide each year, according to theWorld Health… Read more »
A new study from the USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy shows how helpful exercise is for female survivors of cancer. By Katharine Gammon… Read more »