Department of Physical Therapy

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Vision The department aims to stand as a national physical therapy center of cutting-edge research and outstanding academic programs through diverse cooperation and international communication. Mission Statement Missions of the Department are to nurture students to become physical therapists with professional judgment, humanistic concerns, and being able to absorb and put into use modern knowledge; to provide a sound environment of education, research and development for the faculty; and to enhance the development of physical therapy disciplines with our achievements in teaching and research.     Goals Undergraduate Program To nurture students to become physical therapists with three capabilities and four attitudes; that is, capabilities of employing professional theories, performing professional skills and integrating theories with clinical practices; attitudes of professional ethics, professional identification, social concerns and life-time learning. Master Program To nurture talents with academic research capabilities in physical therapy and interdisciplinary specialists with focus on movement science.

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    Research Output

    An allied health rehabilitation program for patients following surgery for abdomino-pelvic cancer: a feasibility and pilot clinical study

    Frawley, H. C., Lin, K. Y., Granger, C. L., Higgins, R., Butler, M. & Denehy, L., 2020 Mar 1, In : Supportive Care in Cancer. 28, 3, p. 1335-1350 16 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Comparison of knee biomechanical characteristics during exercise between pinnacle and step trainers

    You, Y. L., Lin, C. J., Chieh, H. F., Tsai, Y. J., Lee, S. Y., Lin, C. F., Hsu, Y. C., Kuo, L. C. & Su, F. C., 2020 Mar, In : Gait and Posture. 77, p. 201-206 6 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Early moderate intensity aerobic exercise intervention prevents doxorubicin-caused cardiac dysfunction through inhibition of cardiac fibrosis and inflammation

    Yang, H. L., Hsieh, P. L., Hung, C. H., Cheng, H. C., Chou, W. C., Chu, P. M., Chang, Y. C. & Tsai, K. L., 2020 May, In : Cancers. 12, 5, 1102.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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  • Student theses

    Age-related differences in dynamic force control: pursuit tracking and compensatory tracking

    Author: 宜臻, 林., 2017 Aug 29

    Supervisor: Hwang, I. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Master's Thesis

    Balance Control of Step Ascent: Effects of Movement Strategy and Diabetes

    Author: 怡亭, 李., 2014 Dec 8

    Supervisor: Lin, S. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Master's Thesis

    Comparison of neck position sense balance control and forward reach performance between neck pain patients and pain-free controls

    Author: 湘樺, 花., 2014 Aug 29

    Supervisor: Lin, C. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Master's Thesis