Orthopaedic Physical Therapy
Robert Donatelli, Michael J. Wooden
Churchill Livingstone, 1994 - Medical - 778 pages
Covers a range of orthopaedic topics, emphasizing patient cases, evaluation and treatment. Now in its second edition, this text includes new chapters on lumbar rotational mobilization, soft tissue mobilization and orthopaedic problems in the neurologic patient.
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Influences of the Cervical Spine on the Stomatognathic System
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