Snap. Crackle, and Pop

Knight, Laura
August 2012
Physical Therapy;Aug2012 PT in Motion, p12
Academic Journal
The author relates an incident where she had a chance to exercise her newly gained orthopedic skills on her husband, who was suffering from pain in his right arm as a result of flicking firearms with an odd throwing movement.


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