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Regional Interdependence: A Practical Guidance in Rehabilitation Clinic—Part 2

DOI: 10.4236/ojtr.2017.51002, PP. 11-28

Keywords: Physical Therapy, Regional Interdependence, Rehabilitation, Visceral Osteopathic, Osteopathic Treatment

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Background: This work has the purpose of describing a well standardized therapeutic path in reference to the article “Regional Interdependence: A model that needs to be integrated in the functional evaluation and Physiotherapy treatmentPart. 1,(” in the form of practical guidance in reference to Figure A1. The approach we describe provides standardized techniques for each joint regional quadrant in order to be used in rehabilitation clinic. Therapeutic techniques will also be classified according to the type of maneuver as classified in the literature.


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