Orthopaedic Case Studies
The use of case studies is a popular way of teaching clinical reasoning and is used by examining boards for licensure. This book provides a variety of orthopaedic case studies in physical therapy with a goal of enabling students to solve clinical questions with a sound scientific rationale and in a more formal presentation.
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