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UCSF PT
Providing pt care to the SF Bay Area: orthopedics, neuro rehab, sports med, pelvic health, young athletes, geriatrics, amputee rehab, & oncology care.
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APTA Feb 21
For this Black History Month, we dug into APTA's Archive to take a look back at some truly ground-breaking African American physical therapists who achieved greatness despite obstacles, transforming the profession along the way.
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UCSF Diversity Feb 11
Volunteers, voguers and superstars. Thanks to all who showed up, helped, taught, thought and learned at the Health Forum.
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UCSF Neurosurgery Feb 11
On this International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we proudly celebrate all the amazing women neurosurgeons, neuro-oncologists, and scientists – and beyond – who are driving innovation in our understanding and treatment of neurological disorders.
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UCSF Alumni Feb 12
Join UCSF alumni to meet and mingle the Exploratorium on February 28! The evening's program will feature Seemay Chou, PhD, Assistant Professor in Biochemistry and Biophysics at UCSF, and Jennifer Frazier, PhD ’99, Program Director of Living Systems at the Exploratorium.
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Uchenna Ossai Feb 8
Swagger Tip #87: It's not just about pulling yourself up from the bootstraps. Tomorrow I'm going to speak about intersectionality at the 11th annual LGBTQIA+ Health…
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CPTA Feb 8
Here is a reminder of the appropriate use of PT designations,
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UCSF PT Feb 9
Practice Pearl: Biopsychosocial determinants of health homework assignments for patients to inform their participation in their healthcare- thanks, !
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UCSF PT Feb 9
“Intersectionality, Health Equity & Everything in Between” with LGBTQIA+ Health forum
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UCSF PT Feb 9
11th Annual LGBTQIA+ Health Forum. Thanks, for bringing your expertise to
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UCSFChildrensOakland Jan 28
Need a little ? Don't let a wheelchair keep you from movin'... Check out the – an inspiring dance troupe of women and girls in wheelchairs:
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John Legend Jan 28
I can't really swim. Today I took my first swim lesson since I was like 5. My dad learned in his 60's so I feel like I'm ahead of schedule.
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Chris Hinze Jan 28
“The priority of your plow says a lot about your city’s mobility values.” Yes it does.
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Harvard Health Jan 20
Regular exercise changes the brain to improve memory, thinking skills.
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Sharon Dunn Jan 23
Thank you for joining our leadership and engaging us with solutions to our country’s health needs! We are all in!
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Rob Landel Jan 22
Guideline Development Group at finishing long-awaited CPG on PT management of patients with persistent symptoms post-concussion. Kathy Kumagai Airelle Giordano Come see the presentation 8 AM Th CC Ballroom A
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GetPT1st Jan 13
It's common to have pelvic issues during pregnancy or after the baby is born. If you need help in this area, find a PT who specializes in pelvic floor conditions.
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Paul Mintken Jan 1
Feeling down? Get out and move! Recent article suggests any amount of exercise will make you happier, and more is not necessarily better! “Individuals who exercised had fewer days of poor mental health. All exercise types lowered mental health burden.”
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UC San Francisco Dec 3
Today UCSF Chancellor Hawgood submitted a public comment strongly opposing DHS’s proposal on the grounds that it will "negatively impact public health, health care delivery and training."
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APTA Nov 22
Today there are people turkey trotting because of physical therapy. Grandparents are carrying their grandkids because of PT. Kids are playing touch football with their cousins because of PT. Happy Thanksgiving to the PTs and PTAs who make so many so thankful!
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UCSF Medical Center Nov 20
“We want patients to have access to artificial limbs that they will actually use.” How UCSF gets patients the right artificial limbs for their needs: via
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