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SHORT COMMUNICATION
Preoperative physical therapy results in shorter length of stay and discharge disposition following total knee arthroplasty: A retrospective study
Sheldon R. Garrison, Kelly Schenider, Maharaj Singh, Jennifer Pogodzinski
Objective: Total knee arthroplasty is an effective surgical approach used to treat arthritis and knee trauma. Its utilization has grown, as has the accompanying financial impact, resulting in an equal need to advance physical therapy practice. One emerging approach improving patient outcomes and reducing cost is the inclusion of a preoperative physical therapy visit. The aim of this study was to q ...
Pages: 1-4
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Energy expenditure and heart rate in driving a wheel-chair ergometer
Brattgård SO, Grimby G, Höök O
Pages: 143-148
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Topical cryotherapy in spasticity
Knutsson E
Pages: 159-163
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Possibilities for control of powered devices by myoelectric signals
Herberts P, Petersén I
Pages: 164-170
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