Please join us in congratulating Dr. Michael Bridges, PT, DPT '08.
Michael Bridges, PT, DPT
DPT 510 Clinical Biomechanics I
DPT 511 Clinical Biomechanics II
Areas of Interest
Clinical Application of kinetics, kinematics, and general physics to the human body, mechanical or electrical modalities, and other devises used to help improve function, performance, and general life.
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Oregon State University
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Pacific University
Bridges MK, Hilliard JE, Chui KK. The effects of light therapy on osteoarthritis and its sequelae in aging and older adults: A systematic narrative review. Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation. 2020; 36(1), 11-37.
Kogler, G.F., Bridges, M., Hilliard, J., Chui, K.K. Materials and technology. In K. Chui, M. Jorge, S.C. Yen, M. Lusardi (Eds), Orthotics and Prosthetics in Rehabilitation. 4th ed. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier; 2020: 144-163.
Bridges MK, Hilliard JE, Chui KK. The management of conditions associated with aging and older adults using therapeutic electromagnetic energy: A narrative systematic review. Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation. 2018; 34(4), 283-304.
Bridges, M. Foot clinical biomechanics review and use of the Foot Posture Index
(Presentation, OPTA - Annual Conference, Portland, OR, 2019)
Bridges M., Hilliard J., Chui, K. The management of conditions associated with aging and older adults using therapeutic electromagnetic energy: a narrative systematic review. (Poster, OPTA - Annual Conference, Portland, OR, 2019)
Bridges M, Pakula A. The Efficacy of Surgical and Conservative Interventions for the Treatment of Hallux Valgus. Pacific University School of Physical Therapy. Paper 52. 2008
Video Interviewee for Portland State University Undergraduate Physics Course “Bringing Physics To Life”
¡Salud! Healthcare services partnering with Tuality Healthcare Foundation
2016 Young Alumni Achievement Award, Pacific University
Mike and the Portland State Physics department produced a video regarding Physics in Physical Therapy.
Welcome Michael Bridges, PT, DPT, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy.