USC physical therapists can assist men like Richard Johannesen in strengthening their pelvic floor muscles and reducing the side effects of prostate removal.
USC’s unique program requires hybrid online/on-campus students to spend nearly 60 days in on-campus immersions to refine their skills and solidify everything they’ve learned online.
Hybrid programs allow physical therapy students to study remotely online while also attending periodic in-person immersions where they can put their skills into practice on-campus.
A USC physical therapy researcher is leading a study to determine if a particular type of leg movement can be used to diagnose cerebral palsy in very early infancy.
A USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy PhD student is the division’s first-ever recipient of an F31 grant for her stroke rehab research.
Development of AI-controlled robotic limb could lead to creation of responsive prosthetics and robots that can interact with complex and changing environments.