Electrotherapy in Rehabilitation
Meryl R. Gersh
Davis, 1992 - Medical - 413 pages
Aimed at physical therapists and students of rehabilitation, this series exposes the reader to today's most challenging concepts in rehabilitation in a problem-solving format. The emphasis is on clinical decision making. The intent of the series is to promote a clear grasp of concepts in clinical practice through an analytical perspective that will complement the academic or workshop presentations in the field of rehabilitation therapy.
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