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Application Of A Short-Term Aquatic Physical Therapy Program For A Patient With Chronic Low Back Pain And Radiculopathy: A Case Report

@inproceedings{Asta2015ApplicationOA,
  title={Application Of A Short-Term Aquatic Physical Therapy Program For A Patient With Chronic Low Back Pain And Radiculopathy: A Case Report},
  author={Marc Asta},
  year={2015}
}
  • Marc Asta
  • Published 2015
  • Medicine
  • Background • Chronic low back (CLBP) pain is a common referral to outpatient PT1 • Radiculopathy has the potential to contribute to back pain • Aquatic PT is utilized at select sites to treat patients with various debilitating conditions • Aquatic PT has been shown to improve quality of life, disability and pain2 • Limited understanding on the short-term effects of aquatic PT • Must work within the confines of approved PT visits by local and national insurance companies 

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