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Matt Candler HPER P212 Dr. Henson Abstract #5 Liang, Matthew H., Karen E. Cullen, Martin G. Larson, Julie A. Schwartz, Celeste Robb-Nicholson, Anne H. Fossel, Nancy Roberge, and Robert Poss. "Effects of Reducing Physical Therapy Services on Outcomes in Total Joint Arthroplasty." Medical Care 25.4 (1987): 276-85. Print. Problem: Physical Therapy, also known as PT , is an extremely important aspect of recovering from a multitude of surgeries and injuries, including total joint arthroplasty. This procedure is often simply called “hip replacement surgery”, and many people, including those involved with the health care system, are taking the rehabilitation step in recovery very lightly by reducing the value physical therapists in hospitals. Hypothesis: Physical Therapy is a crucial step in the rehabilitation process of those with any physical ailment. The goal of PT’s is to have their patient completely recover from whatever health issue that may be present. Having their clients return to their normal selves is the ultimate
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2011 for the course HPER 212 taught by Professor Henson during the Fall '11 term at Indiana.

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