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10/6/2017
The month of October is recognized as National Physical Therapy Month (NPTM). This year, APTA continues to spread awareness regarding the opioid epidemic our nation faces. Individuals who are prescribed opioids as a method of pain relief are faced with health risks of depression, overdose, and addic … [read more]
10/3/2017
Congratulations to Arántzazu Gárate Cioce, for being nominated and selected by her peers as the 2017 Physical Therapist of the Year in the state of New Mexico. Dr. Cioce is a graduate of the USF DPT Class of 2015. [read more]
9/22/2017
Falls are considered a leading cause in injury related emergencies, specifically among the elderly and those diagnosed with osteoporosis. Due to this growing issue, September 22, 2017 is recognized as Fall Prevention Awareness Day. The 10th annual event is intended to raise awareness in teaching eff … [read more]
8/7/2017
Congratulations to USF employees Tony Hardy and Paul Laplante for their continuing contribution to making USF better. By earning the USF Quiet Quality award, employees such as themselves are recognized for their exceptional efforts in problem-solving, having a positive attitude, and providing leader … [read more]
8/4/2017
SPTRS welcomes the DPT Class of 2020 during their Fall Preview, held July 26-July 28, 2017. Pictured below are the first year students with Interim Director, Dr. Laura Lee “Dolly” Swisher. Additional events scheduled included Family Day, where the students had the opportunity to meet their Academic … [read more]
7/18/2017
USF Health SPTRS Clinical Faculty member, Dr. Matthew Lazinski, and his wife, Melissa, participated in rideATAXIA’s First International Adventure in July 2017. This event aimed to unite the patient community by empowering individuals through physical activity and drawing attention to opportunities i … [read more]
7/5/2017
                Students from USF Health DPT Class of 2017, Ms. Valerie Dickinson and Ms. Jamie Dolley, presented a poster at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC) in New Orleans, along with faculty member Dr. Jeannie … [read more]
6/30/2017
Congratulations to USF School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science DPT 2019 students, Chloe Moreno and David Kroger, who have been selected as scholars in the USF MS STEP UP (Multiple Sclerosis Standardized Training and Education) Program. They were selected in May 2017 by the MS STEP U … [read more]

 


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