Principles and Practice of Electrotherapy
This text provides a practical manual that describes the indications, contraindications, and application techniques of electrotherapy. The author shares his point of view throughout, emphasizing treatment techniques, clinical skills, and innovative treatment planning.
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Introduction to Electrotherapy
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