Rehabilitating Brighter Futures

Newsletter Video, February 2014

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References:

  • This high-level study supports the use of physical therapist directed treatment after an ankle sprain.Click here for the reference and details
  • Click here or the public service of the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy section’s perspective on physical therapy for ankle sprains.

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