Übersicht zu den Manuskripten

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Zusammenfassung

Manuelle Medizin richtet sich an Orthopäden/Unfallchirurgen, Allgemeinmediziner, Rheumatologen, Internisten und Traumatologen, sowie an Krankengymnasten und Physiotherapeuten in Klinik und Praxis.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Chiropraktik/OsteophathieGemeinschaftspraxisMünchenDeutschland

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