Pool Therapy in Iraq

Yde, Robert
April 2008
Soldiers;Apr2008, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p30
The article focuses on using pool therapy as a tool for rehabilitation of injuries sustained in war. According to Sargeant John Hart, physical therapy technologist, the process lessens the risk of aggravating the injuries while supporting the rate of improvement of rehabilitation. He says patients are receptive to the process.


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