SHINNEMAN, Amy
URBANCZIK, Aleš
Don St. John
BAILEY, Greer
Lu Mueller-Kaul
SCHWIND, Peter
SKILLMAN, MaryAnn
WANG, Tina J.
MULLER-KAUL, Lu
CHAITOW, Leon
KINNUNEN, Jeffrey
MUELLER-KAUL, Lu
Pages: 1-2
Year 1987
FOREWORD.. . .The following article is the first in a series of two which were published in October issues of Physical Therapy Forum, a weekly magazine with a circulation of over 50,000 physical therapists throughout the United States. Reprinted with permission of the author and publisher.Some asides from the author before you read: While my clients often see me because of physical or emotional trauma, after working for two and one half years in a large orthopedic group, I am very clear (with myself and with my clients) that Rolfing is not physical therapy. On the other hand, it is also very clear to me that physical therapists can and should be our allies and that communication between our groups does everyone a lot of good. Lastly I refer to clients in this article as “patients”. That is only because of the context.
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