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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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UCSF Cancer Center Sep 14
Hi to our incoming neighbors the - excited to witness the topping out ceremony of your new digs across the street from us Mission Bay!
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GetPT1st Sep 9
"Almost half of sports injuries in adolescents stem from overuse." - Dr James Andrews Just say no to early, single-sport specialization. A message from the team for parents and coaches of .
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Move Forward Sep 11
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Allie Cartier Sep 8
I love my profession. Movement for health.
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UC San Francisco Sep 8
Half of cancer cases are have no targeted drug therapies. Now researchers have found what could be the “holy grail”: blocking the cell signaling pathway that allows runaway growth.
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GetPT1st Sep 9
Here's a video from , letting you know how a Physical Therapist can help you be your best.
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APTA Aug 7
“Many doctors still conceal their disabilities out of fear of stigma or bias.” For all health care providers, that must change.
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UCSF Benioff SF Jul 19
Many kids are just playing one sport, hoping that sole focus will pay off big. The downside to that gamble could be serious injuries, a study suggests. via
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UC San Francisco Jul 21
Physical therapy only works for some stroke patients. New UCSF research finds electrically stimulating the brain could restore movement for more.
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UC San Francisco Jul 21
More people are taking “smart drugs” for cognitive enhancement than ever recorded. Research suggests U.S. practices in ADHD treatment could be driving the international trend and availability of drugs.
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UC San Francisco Jul 21
Our relationship with tech is harming our mental health, writes UCSF’s - but perhaps tech could offer a solution to the cognition crisis?
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UCSF Bixby Center Jul 23
"The health consequences of legalized Islamophobia are vast and widespread, making it a fundamental public health issue." - Goleen Samari of
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UC San Francisco Jul 25
Singers have excellent control of their vocal pitch, but so do all humans -- even those that can’t sing a lick. We humans are the only primates able to flexibly control our vocal pitch. UCSF scientists have uncovered how our brains control this ability.
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Marc Benioff Jul 24
Thank you ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ for this pioneering research and call to arms on infant equality.
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UC San Francisco Jul 26
“Don't assume that a person who looks fine doesn’t have a disability.” – Louise Aronson, MD, MFA, professor of geriatrics
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UC San Francisco Jul 26
"I really believe that bringing people from a mix of professions together to work on complex problems has the potential to change the world." - Phaedra Bell, for Equity in Brain Health Read about the ' 1st full cohort ➡️
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UC San Francisco Jul 26
“Having a disability led me towards a more creative career path that has a rewarding impact on people’s lives.” – Joshua Unterman, UCSF Department of Orthotics & Prosthetics
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UC San Francisco Jul 26
“I wouldn’t be the person I am and care about the things that I do if it weren’t for my disability.” – Diane Ngo, MPA, UCSF capital budget analyst
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Atul Butte Jul 20
Yeah! Bay Area Girl Undergoes First-Ever Pediatric Heart Transplant At Hospital!
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Campus Life Services Jul 21
The new Minnesota Street housing project in the Dogpatch Neighborhood will provide eligible UCSF students, post docs, residents, and fellows with below-market rental apartments within close proximity to the Mission Bay campus.
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