News, Media and Stories | Physical Therapy

Dr. Evan Liu holding child.
Dr. Evan Liu '12, PT '15 recently returned from a physical therapy service trip in Granada, Nicaragua.
Please join us in congratulating second year DPT student Mrs. Tabitha Galindo '19 on receiving the Oregon Physical Therapy Association – 2018 Emerging Student Leader Award. 
Please join the Physical Therapy Program for our 40th Anniversary (1977-2017) celebration at CSM on Thursday Feb. 22, 2018.
Dr. Rebecca Reisch recently published a study titled “Overactive Bladder Symptoms in Female Health Profession Students: Bladder Diary Characteristics and Impact of Symptoms on Health-Related Quality of Life” in the Journal of Women’s Health. 
Dr. Tzurei Chen Potrait
The School of Physical Therapy And Athletic Training welcomes its newest Faculty member Tzurei Chen.
The Physical Therapy Day of Service (PTDOS[CKK1] ) began a few years ago as an idea from two physical therapists who envisioned a collaboration of physical therapists across the country for a day of service to their communities. This vision has rapidly grown into a worldwide tradition that has expanded from just one day to one week, with physical therapists from all 50 states and over 40 countries participating. This year, Pacific University physical therapy students supported the cause at three local events. The Physical Therapy Day of Service (PTDOS[CKK1] ) began a few years ago as an idea from two physical therapists who envisioned a collaboration of physical therapists across the country for a day of service to their communities. This vision has rapidly grown into a worldwide tradition that has expanded from just one day to one week, with physical therapists from all 50 states and over 40 countries participating. This year, Pacific University physical therapy students supported the cause at three local events.  The Physical Therapy Day of Service (PTDOS) began a few years ago as an idea from two physical therapists who envisioned a collaboration of physical therapists across the country for a day of service to their communities. This vision has rapidly grown into a worldwide tradition that has expanded from just one day to one week, with physical therapists from all 50 states and over 40 countries participating. This year, Pacific University physical therapy students supported the cause at three local events.  
Last month, six physical therapy students volunteered for Destination Rehab. The mission of this non-profit organization is “Building confidence and independence for individuals with neurologic conditions through physical therapy-based community training and adventure challenges.”
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Brian Wilkinson, PT, DPT, CHT, CLT who recently completed advanced clinical training from the Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy.   
Dr. Jose Reyna, PT, DPT was recently interviewed by Capital Press and Oregon Public Broadcast on his community serve.     

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