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The Juvenile Amputee: Physical Therapy and Sports Participation

  • Alan Peoples

Abstract

In a clinical setting dealing with a juvenile amputee, the role of the physical therapist is as a member of a team made up of an orthopedic surgeon, occupational therapist, prosthetist, social worker, adaptive physical educator, and volunteers.

Keywords

Physical Therapist Sport Participation Swing Phase Knee Flexion Contracture Heel Height 
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© Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 1989

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  • Alan Peoples

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