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"As a DPT student, there is an enormous amount of material that I have to absorb in such a short amount of time. While taking multiple different courses at the same time, it can get really easy to jumble, mix, and get confused on what subject correlates with what We are currently is an Ortho class, which itself has a gargantuan amount of material to cover. PhysioU's apps help me organize and set my student learning up for success. I am able to now categorize different signs and symptoms that a patient may present, and also systematically approach treatment options for their possible diagnosis. THIS APP IS THE FUTURE OF DPT STUDENTS"
By Justin Lee, Lifeforchange
An Interview With Dr. Michael Wong, DPT & Co-Founder of PhysioU
By Anthony Teo | Read full article
How Tim Woo applies the PhysioU apps in his student career.
We are pleased to share this testimonial from one of our PhysioU users in China. It's very rewarding to know that our learning tools have such positive impact on a global scale.
EVENT: Combined sections Meeting 2017
We were delighted to have the opportunity to speak in CSM, meet up with many of our users, and hear what they have to say about their PhysioU moment.
Congratulations to Dr. Yung and Dr. Wong of PhysioU and co-author Dr. Erica Barton whose journal article is now available online at Musculoskeletal Science and Practice (formerly "Manual Therapy" journal, one of the most prestigious physical therapy journal in the world). Click here for the abstract of the accepted article.
PTpintcast interviews Mike Wong, current physical therapist at Loma Linda University Medical Center Orthopaedic Outpatient Clinic and assistant professor at Azusu Pacific University. Mike discusses his experience with developing the Clinical Pattern Recognition and its application to current students and new practitioners..
PTpintcast interviews Kathy Kumagai Shimamura at the National Student Conclave about her recently developed app, Neuro Exam.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM APTA NSC 2016
The PhysioU (previously Clinical Pattern Recognition) team in action. We had so much fun meeting you all.
Student testimonials about their PhysioU experience. Thank you so much for your support!
We will see you again in 2017!
The PT Student New Grads, New Technology: The Perfect Match
PPS Impact Magazine Consistent Care: Guideline-based practice among physical therapists
Azusa Pacific University New Physical Therapy App Brings the Textbook to Life
Oxford Journals Clinical pattern recognition: hip and thigh pain