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    editors, Marlís González-Fernández, Stephen Schaaf ; associate editors, Jennifer M. Zumsteg, Danielle Perret, David J. Kennedy.
    "Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is a broad field. As such, many focus their practice on specific areas within the specialty while on occasion seeing patients within the broader scope of the specialty. Also, maintaining board certification requires a breadth of knowledge that is often beyond the scope of our day-to-day practices. Handbook of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is designed to serve as a real-time clinical manual for rehabilitation providers and trainees. The chapters are written in a concise, evidence-based, and clinically focused manner to provide a meaningful refresher for a practice topic. This can fill in knowledge gaps for subspecialized providers that need to remain up to date on general rehabilitation information, trainees who want an understanding of the specialty, and those wanting a quick refresher in the process of maintenance of certification. We anticipate this clinical quick-reference format will be incredibly useful for all rehabilitation providers and trainees"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access  ProQuest Ebook Central 2022
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