Their endeavor aims to better understand urologic chronic pelvic pain syndrome, which affects more than 10 million Americans.
The interdisciplinary endeavor aims to establish USC as a world leader in the use of virtual technologies for healthcare.
Rini Varghese PhD ’21 is the first-ever division recipient awarded the prestigious F31 grant for her work on stroke rehabilitation.
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.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy Barbara Sargent is leading a new study to find out if a particular type of movement — decreased selective leg control — can be used to diagnose cerebral palsy in very early infancy.
UCL injury has been occurring more frequently in college baseball athletes, especially pitchers, in the past decade, and USC physical therapy researcher Lori Michener is hoping to one day prevent it altogether.
Assistant Professor of Research Christina Dieli-Conwright awarded $25K to study how physical function, body composition and certain biomarkers are affected by cancer treatment.
USC physical therapy researcher teams up with computer scientist to develop voice-assisted device that provides gamified speech therapy for children with cerebral palsy.
USC researcher to investigate how exercise impacts cognitive function in women with breast cancer undergoing chemotherapy.
Inaugural symposium of Trojans working on VR tools for health and rehab BY MIKE McNULTY ’06, MA ’09, OTD ’10 October 2, 2018 At the… Read more »