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But the outlook is good: Ongoing research is revealing the promise of novel treatments, including Author: Michael W. Smith, MD. Continued. Today, physical therapists take a more hands-on approach. They prefer manual therapy, also called bodywork, to get to the source of your pain and correct the issue.
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The former APTA vice president helped lead the way in the establishment of autonomous physical therapist practice in Maryland. Ernest A. Burch Jr., PT, FAPTA, considered a pioneer in physical therapy, died April 28 at age Originally from Swedesboro, New Jersey, Burch received his undergraduate degree from Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College) in Issues in Pain Measurement (Advances in Pain Research & Therapy) (Vol 12): Medicine & Health Science Books @ She received her occupational therapy and special education graduate degree from the University of Missouri, and her doctorate in applied neuroscience from the University of Kansas.
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