Basic Rehabilitation Techniques: A Self-instructional Guide
This highly regarded, self-instructional guide provides practical information for everyday use including simple techniques, recommendations for equipment that is universally available, realistic suggestions for cost-effective care planning and organization, how to develop inservice education programs and is widely adopted by instructors in hundreds of hospital and rehabilitation settings. it contains excellent drawings and photographs, and chapter review tests aid comprehension and strengthen understanding of each topic.
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COMMON MEDICAL PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH REHABILITATION
Identification and Management of Bladder Problems
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