Diagnosis for Physical Therapists: A Symptom Based Approach
The first diagnosis book written by PTs for PTs that is based on how patients come into the clinic by their presenting symptom, not by organ system! A pioneering team of practitioners and educators address the growing need for PTs to determine whether a patient s condition is appropriate for physical therapy to identify the relevant underlying pathology and to ensure that a serious condition has not been overlooked. Practical, well organized, and easy to use, it's a resource that you'll consult every day when evaluating and formulating treatment plans for both adults and children.
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F. A. Davis
Physical therapy. Diagnosis. Symptoms.
Medicine and Health Sciences | Physical Therapy
Davenport, Todd E.; Kulig, Kornelia; Sebelski, Chris A.; Gordon, J.; and Watts, Hugh G., "Diagnosis for Physical Therapists: A Symptom Based Approach" (2012). School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Faculty Books and Book Chapters. 2.