100 Krankheitsbilder in der Physiotherapie

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Hundert Krankheitsbilder und ihre physiotherapeutische Behandlung sind in dem Band in alphabetischer Reihenfolge knapp und übersichtlich aufbereitet. Die Doppelseiten, die jeweils einem Krankheitsbild gewidmet sind, bieten auf der linken Seite Kurzinformationen zu Definition, Patientenbefragung bei Befund, Untersuchungstechniken, Komplikationen, Behandlungszielen und Therapie. Die rechte Seite enthält Abbildungen zum jeweiligen Krankheits-/Störungsbild sowie Illustrationen zu den im Text erwähnten Untersuchungs- und Behandlungstechniken.
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Christine Mayer war an der Fachschule für Physiotherapie in Bad Harzburg tätig. Dr. Werner Siems ist Ärztlicher Leiter der Fachschule für Physiotherapie in Bad Harzburg.
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Sep 15, 2011
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