University of Southern California
University of Southern California
Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
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Linda Liang MOT, OTR/L, SCLV, CLT, HTC

Linda Liang MOT, OTR/L, SCLV, CLT, HTC

Associate Professor of Clinical Occupational Therapy

Room: CHP 133
(323) 442-5370
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Biography

Linda Liang was an ophthalmologist in China, and she brings a unique blend of medical expertise, Eastern medicine, and occupational therapy experience to provide comprehensive and advanced care to her patients.  Linda has worked in a wide range of occupational therapy practice settings. Her areas of clinical expertise include acute and critical care practice, neurological rehabilitation, vision rehabilitation, edema and lymphedema management, hand therapy, and more.  Of note, she has developed highly specialized techniques and interventions to meet the needs of her patients, including but not limited to: neurological facilitation for non-functional upper extremities for individuals who have experienced strokes, interventions for homonymous hemianopsia, non-invasive intervention for action hand tremor, genital edema/lymphedema management, and interventions for frozen shoulder. She possesses multiple specialty certifications, including Specialty Certification in Low Vision (SCLV), Certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT), Neuro-IFRAH Certified/Advanced, Hand Therapy Certification (HTC), Executive Certificate in Home Modification (ECHM), and Medical Billing and Coding.

Linda has been instrumental in occupational therapy and multidisciplinary program development at Keck Medical Center of USC, including the Occupational Therapy Low Vision Program, Outpatient Neurological Rehabilitation Program and the occupational therapy protocol for cognitive assessment of individuals with suspected normal pressure hydrocephalus. She has had multiple public presentations at the national and international level in numerous fields. Linda is highly sought after for her expertise, and has provided mentorship and training to occupational therapists through AOTA continuing education courses on topics of low vision therapy and hand tremor management. In addition, she has provided education and training to occupational therapy doctoral residents in neurological rehabilitation and low vision evaluation and treatment, and provides instruction on low vision and visual perception therapy, and occupational therapy management for neurological conditions in the professional program at the USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy.

Education

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT)
1993 | Texas Woman's University

Doctor of Medicine (MD)
1983 | Wenzhou Medical College (Wenzhou, China)

Publications

Other Articles

Liang, L., Wong, V., & Wilcox, J. (2017). A novel approach to reducing hand tremors: Beyond weighted equipment. OT Practice, 5, 18-19. Full text