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Complementary therapies for physical therapists
  1. K Fallon
  1. Sports Medicine, Australian Institute of Sport, PO Box 176, Belconnen, Canberra, ACT 2616, Australia;

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    Edited by R A Charman. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2000, £32.99, pp 301, softcover. ISBN 0 7506 4079 0

    Public interest in complementary therapies has increased dramatically in the last few decades, with many of the new treatment methods of potential interest to physical therapists and their patients. This is therefore a timely volume.

    It comprises some 23 chapters complemented by 11 extra chapters available via the internet. The authors are not well known to me, but they clearly each have a special interest in their chosen topic.

    After an initial and intellectually challenging chapter on “Energy medicine”, which …

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