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Kirsten Buchanan



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The psychological effects of an injury have the potential to be more debilitating than the physical ailments themselves. Physical therapy (PT) rehabilitation programs that incorporate both physical and psychological interventions have demonstrated successful outcomes but have not been widely studied. The purpose of this case report was to investigate both the physical and psychological outcomes after a comprehensive PT rehabilitation program for a patient who sustained multiple foot and ankle injuries.

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Physical Therapy

Physical And Psychological Outcome Measures After Multiple Foot Surgeries: A Case Report



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