Back Pain Rehabilitation
Andover Medical Publishers, 1993 - Medical - 282 pages
Unlike other texts on back pain, this book focuses on issues directly related to patient rehabilitation. Each section reviews the current literature to ensure the reliability of information, and balances that information with usable clinical strategies.
The book is divided in to three main sections, with leading therapists and well-known clinicians sharing their experience on such topics as chronic pain, symptom magnification, muscle fatigue, exercise and truck dynamometers.
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