Translation of physical therapy in Spanish:

physical therapy

noun

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    • I spent a full month wearing a sling, then began physical therapy.
    • Physical therapy helps patients learn to walk or use a wheelchair.
    • Everett has been doing physical therapy, occupational therapy, for many hours a day.
    • She also consulted in the community regarding pulmonary physical therapy.
    • Those who received physical therapy attended nine sessions over a six-week period.
    • Physical therapy can be helpful even in a child's very early years.
    • You also can use that time to begin physical therapy, which can speed your recovery.
    • Nothing could stop him now - six months of disciplined physical therapy had paid off.
    • Some people may need physical therapy to gain some strength back.
    • Her injuries require her to receive physical therapy every day.
    • I'm still in physical therapy for car accidents that happened back in 2002.
    • Once the pediatrician had confirmed that Daniel had a problem, he prescribed immediate physical therapy.
    • The initial physical therapy was intense - six days a week.
    • He is facing surgery, followed by at least six months of physical therapy.
    • In the past few years, the focus within physical therapy has been on evidence-based practice (EBP).
    • The investigators enrolled 131 consecutive patients who were referred for physical therapy for the treatment of low back pain.
    • He is now getting around on crutches and expects to undergo a year of physical therapy.
    • In fact, she's already begun physical therapy.
    • They were then assigned randomly to receive the forearm brace alone, physical therapy alone, or both.
    • A medical school might be able to put you in touch with a student studying physical therapy.