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Cyber kneehab

and most of them require some sort of physical therapy. Because patients tend to forget the details of proper exercise technique and form once they leave the doctor’s office, researchers have developed a web-based physical therapy program—Taxonomy for the Rehabilitation of Knee Conditions

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