How much therapy is enough? The impossible question!

  title={How much therapy is enough? The impossible question!},
  author={Pamela M Enderby},
  journal={International journal of speech-language pathology},
  volume={14 5},
There is sufficient evidence in the literature related to speech-language pathology, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and psychology to indicate that intensive therapy is required in order to influence the neurophysiological basis of various impairments. Conversely, the influence of therapy on reducing communication restriction, psychosocial impact, and well-being is less well documented in speech-language pathology, but research in related areas indicates that the amount of therapy… CONTINUE READING

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