Clinical Orthopaedic Physical Therapy

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W.B. Saunders Company, 1994 - Medical - 712 pages
This superb introductory text teaches a comprehensive approach to the evaluation, diagnosis and therapeutic management of orthopaedic dysfunction. The book integrates prevention and decision-making into its coverage, giving students a complete picture of the field. This complete text exposes its readers to the diversity of thinking in the field--Richardson and Iglarsh examine each of the four major theories of orthopaedic therapy, and discuss the other lesser known theories whenever appropriate. The role of the consumer education and prevention is integrated throughout to prepare students for success in working with patients and their families.

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BIOMECHANICS
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DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS
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