physioscience 2016; 12(01): 35-36
DOI: 10.1055/s-0035-1567067
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Patientenschulung und Physiotherapie vor Kniegelenkersatz; lohnt es sich? Systematischer Review

Enhanced Education and Physiotherapy before Knee Replacement; Is It Worth It? A Systematic Review
A. Blasimann
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