Management of Cumulative Trauma Disorders
Martha J. Sanders
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1997 - Medical - 378 pages
This practical text will teach therapists and occupational health professionals how to effectively manage and treat CTD patients. Readers will learn how to develop and critically analyze cumulative trauma disorder (CTD) programs and how to make practical ergonomic suggestions in the field.
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