Physical Therapy for Traumatic Brain Injury
Churchill Livingstone, 1995 - Medical - 219 pages
University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Reference for physical therapy clinicians and students on the special aspects of rehabilitation in the brain injury patient. Discusses both cognitive and physical rehabilitation. 13 contributors, 12 U.S.
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Acute Care and Prognostic Outcome
Considerations in the Restoration of Motor Control
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