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Therapeutic Modalities for Physical Therapists

@inproceedings{Prentice2001TherapeuticMF,
  title={Therapeutic Modalities for Physical Therapists},
  author={William E. Prentice},
  year={2001}
}
Chapter 1 Science of Therapeutic Modalities (William E. Prentice) Chapter 2 Healing Process and Guidelines for Using Therapeutic Modalities (William E. Prentice) Chapter 3 Managing Pain with Therapeutic Modalities (Craig R. Denegar and Phillip B. Donley) Chapter 4 Basic Principles of Electricity (William E. Prentice) Chapter 5 Electrical Stimulating Currents (Daniel N. Hooker) Chapter 6 Iontophoresis (William E. Prentice) Chapter 7 Biofeedback (William E. Prentice) Chapter 8 Shortwave and… 
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