Physical Rehabilitation in Arthritis
Joan Marion Walker, Antoine Helewa
Saunders, 2004 - Medical - 414 pages
Updated and expanded to be even more comprehensive, this text explains how to manage various arthritic conditions. The information included in this book spans a wide range, assisting a reader in any kind of clinical or academic setting. The content is divided into seventeen well-organized chapters, and the author provides thorough evidence-based documentation and references when available.
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Pathophysiology of Inflammation Repair 13 Health and Physical Fitness for the Client
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