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  • ...ine]], may practice independently, but when under physician supervision, [[physical and rehabilitation medicine]] is the relevant specialty. ==Prescribing and planning physical therapy==
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  • ...ine]], may practice independently, but when under physician supervision, [[physical and rehabilitation medicine]] is the relevant specialty. ==Prescribing and planning physical therapy==
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  • | title = Krusen's Handbook of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation ...ssage is widely accepted as pleasurable. Massage is widely accepted as a [[physical therapy]] technique, both medically and in [[sports]] training. When the
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  • {{r|Physical therapy}} {{r|Physician}}
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  • {{r|Physical and rehabilitation medicine}} {{r|Physical therapy}}
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  • ...rists''', and work with a variety of allied health professions including [[physical therapy]], [[occupational therapy]], [[speech therapy]], [[recreational t | title = Krusen's Handbook of physical medicine and rehabilitation
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  • ...e."<ref>{{MeSH|Ultrasonic therapy}}</ref> It is often applied as part of [[physical therapy]].
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  • ...sh]] [[entrepreneur]] specialising in both [[self defence]] training and [[physical therapy]]. He is remembered today as one of the first Europeans to teach ...lines and [[combat sports]] as well as various [[Physical_therapy|physical therapies]] involving the electrical application of [[heat]], [[light]], [[vibratio
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  • {{r|Physical and rehabilitation medicine}} {{r|Physical therapy}}
    400 B (48 words) - 12:11, 2 July 2014
  • ...rapy, the term ''occupation'' refers to meaningful activities. Therefore, therapists utilize meaningful activities to make people independent. ...skills are developed. If the problem is with strength in the same hand, [[physical therapy]] may be more relevant.
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  • ...ionals are directly involved in that single treatment. Most typically the physician orders the drug, the pharmacist prepares it, and the nurse administers i ...r healthcare institutions have traditionally been accessible to nurses and physicians, but much less commonly attained by other categories of health science
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  • {{r|Physical and rehabilitation medicine}} {{r|Physical therapy}}
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  • ===History and physical examination=== ...nvolved, duration, aggravating and relieving factors) all guide diagnosis. Physical examination typically confirms diagnosis. Radiographs are often used to f
    5 KB (630 words) - 18:20, 25 June 2010
  • ...McAlindon TE, Wilson PW, Aliabadi P, Weissman B, Felson DT| title=Level of physical activity and the risk of radiographic and symptomatic knee osteoarthritis ===Physical therapy===
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  • ...inuing medical education (CME) is "educational programs designed to inform physicians of recent advances in their field."<ref>{{MeSH|Continuing medical educ ....org/ Howard Hughes Medical Institute] - Scientific Foundations for Future Physicians available at either:
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  • {{r|Health physics}} ===Therapies===
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  • ...and management of multiple sclerosis.'' [[American Family Physician|Am Fam Physician]]. PMID 15571060[http://www.aafp.org/afp/20041115/1935.html full text].< ...ack is preceded by [[infection]], [[Physical trauma|trauma]], or strenuous physical effort.
    53 KB (7,616 words) - 02:48, 8 April 2012
  • ...' can define several things, such as an interdisciplinary subspecialty for physicians, advanced training for nurses and other health professionals, a philoso ...palliative care]], which is improving quality of life while addressing the physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs of both patient and family thr
    4 KB (527 words) - 01:35, 29 September 2010
  • ...ng techniques may be called [[physical therapy]] when done by a [[physical therapist]], but [[physiological therapeutics]] when performed by a chiropractor.
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  • | title = Integrative Therapies in Primary Care ...eas of research in convention and CAM therapies, ways of integrating these therapies, development of curriculum that provides further education to health prof
    26 KB (3,518 words) - 00:20, 8 November 2010
  • ...igher-voltage [[elecrostim]] units are used by [[physical therapy|physical therapists]] and other practitioners.
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