Sheila Kitchen, Sarah Bazin
Saunders, 1996 - Electrotherapeutics - 374 pages
This text, intended to be of interest to undergraduate students and qualified physiotherapists, provides a guide to electrotherapy. It includes an introduction to the physical and biological principles underpinning electrotherapy.
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Electrical Properties of Cells and Tissues
Sensory and Motor Nerve Activation
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