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Integrating Electrical Stimulation into Pediatric Cerebral Palsy Rehabilitation

An Evidence Based Rationale for Application and Practice for the (Reluctant) Clinician Electrical Stimulation (ES) involves the therapeutic application of electrical impulses of sufficient intensity to induce skeletal muscle contractions in patients with neurological or musculoskeletal injuries. It is one of the most studied…

Components of a Successful Joint Replacement Program

How joint replacement became a fairly routine outpatient procedure Advances in total joint replacement surgeries can be divided into two distinct time periods—before and after Sir John Charnley. The earliest attempts at hip replacement took place in Germany in the late 19th century, with…

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