Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Kinder on her recent publication in the Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy: Telerehabilitation for Treating Pelvic Dysfunction: A Case Series of 3 Patients' Experiences. Dr. Kinder and co-authors found that the use of telerehabilitation can aid in delivery of quality care with improved access for patients with pelvic floor dysfunction. Read the abstract here:
The UCSF/SFSU Graduate Program in Physical Therapy would like to invite you to our 2019 Spring Symposium! Our annual symposium is an opportunity for you to get the latest updates in current evidence supporting physical therapy clinical practice. This year’s keynote speakers are Stephanie Greenspan, PT, DPT, and Luc Fecteau, PT, DPT, who will be presenting “The Role of Physical Therapy in the Circus Arts”. Throughout the day, our third-year DPT students will be presenting their culminating evidence-based reviews and meta-analyses.
Every year, the Coalition for Disability Access in Health Science and Medical Education (CDAHSME) has their annual symposium, which will be held in Washington D.C this April. The CDAHSME is a national organization for disability service providers, faculty, Dean’s and advocates who work with students in Health Sciences and Medical Education at colleges and universities across the country.
Congratulations to Arpita Vaidya, DPT, who will be starting the Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency Program at Kaiser in Woodland Hills, California, this month.
Arpita has been working at Kaiser's outpatient clinic in Thousand Oaks, California since November 2016. She also did over 2 years of inpatient as a per diem PT at UCLA, Outside of work, Arpita enjoys traveling, working out and spending time with family and friends.
We wish Arpita all the best in this next phase of her career!