Cindy Bailey is a former Assistant Professor of Clinical Practice in the Deptartment of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy at the University of Southern California. She is currently Clinical Faculty at Mt. St. Mary’s Physical Therapy Doctorate
Additionally, she is the Director of Physical and Occupational Therapy at Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital (LAOH) and the Administrator of the LAOH Sports Care Outreach and Education program.
An Internationally Known Trainer, Teacher, and Consultant
Dr. Bailey continues a private practice serving numerous care facilities across Los Angeles while consulting
outside the region.
Her post-graduate work has included an Advanced Residency at Kaiser West Los Angeles (KWLA) in Manual Orthopaedic Physical Therapy and a Fellowship at the Keck School of Medicine of USC in Medical Education Teaching and Learning.
Her work at Orthopaedic Hospital brought her into the area of specialty care for patients with hemophilia.
Since 1997, she has worked for and traveled with the USC Ice Hockey team as their Certified Athletic Trainer and EMT.
Dr. Bailey is a sought-after speaker and educator including
opportunities with Orthopaedic care of the Hemophilic
patient at regional and international conferences.
Her course work includes, “Introduction to Sports Injury and Certified Athletic Training” at Pepperdine University and Santa Monica College, “Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Residencies” at Kaiser West Los Angeles and USC Physical Therapy School, Keck School of Medicine “How to Conduct a Musculoskeletal Evaluation”, and “Doc on the Field” as well as community classes for high school and Little League coaches.
With her Certified Athletic Training and Sports Specialty backgrounds, she has been an invited practitioner to assist with the Pan Am Games and several U.S. Olympic Teams.
She has also acted as a consultant to the Chinese Government for facility and health care needs at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
Dr. Bailey has recently been invited as Medical Staff for the 2009 World Figure Skating Championships and the 2009 Macabbi Games in Israel.
She has collaborated to author several chapters and articles on “Uses of Tape as a Medical Modality.” Dr. Bailey is a past instructor with the Kinesiotex Taping Method and certified as a CKTPI twice.
She has been teaching instructing clinicians in the use and strategies of Kinesiology Therapeutic Taping for 18 years.
Her vast experience is why she is considered one of the worlds’ leading instructors in Kinesiology, Leuko and Sports Taping techniques.