Clinical Guidance to Optimize Work Participation After Injury or Illness: The Role of Physical Therapists
This guideline provides recommendations for effective physical therapy evaluation, treatment, and management of individuals experiencing limitations in the ability to participate in work following injury or illness.
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Date: August 1, 2021
Content Type: CPG
Low Back Pain, Occupational Injuries
Daley D, Payne LP, Galper J, Cheung A, Deal L, Despres M, Garcia JD, Kistner F, Mackenzie N, Perry T, Richards C, Escorpizo R.
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