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Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
Robert E. Nee PT, MAppSc, PT, ATC
Floris G. H. Van de Ven, PT, DPT, MHA
The purpose of this study is to examine the clinical practice patterns of California Physical Therapists in evaluating patients with chronic pain as part of their initial and on-going assessment.
Glick, Joyce A., "California Physical Therapists’ Practice Patterns Related to their Multiple Tools in the Evaluation and Assessment of Patients with Chronic Pain" (2008). School of Physical Therapy. 23.