Jacquelyn M. Dylla, DPT, PT, OCS

Jacquelyn M. Dylla

Dr. Dylla is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy in USC’s Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy, and serves as the Director of In-service Education. She provides care to faculty, staff and students as well and is a clinical instructor to PT interns and residents. Dr. Dylla also holds a joint appointment in the School of Dentistry as the Director of Ergonomic Education, teaches a Physical Health and Fitness course to dental hygiene students, and provides consultation to dental students and faculty. With the high prevalence of neck and back pain on campus, she partnered with USC’s School of Cinema/Television and created a CD-ROM entitled, Spine Tuning: A video guide to breaking back habits. She also has worked with the USC Thornton School of Music and is a co-author of The Physiological Characteristics of Jazz Guitarists which investigated the risk factors that make jazz guitarists more vulnerable to injury or impairments. Dr. Dylla is the lead co-author on the 'Fit to Sit' article and Body Basics column in ACCESS magazine, and the video podcast, Six Components of Posture for the Dental Professional.

Updated: Dec 2017