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Enabling Technologies in Rehabilitation: Body Image and Body Function
Malcolm MacLachlan, Pamela Gallagher
Thursday, December 04, 2003
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As biotechnology and the benefits it can offer are playing an increasingly important role in all areas of clinical rehabilitation, this text is intended to help all those who encounter biological innovations within their practice. The content aids the reader is moving beyond the suspicion and mistrust biotechnology is often regarded with, and it helps them to attain a better understanding of its potential and the benefits it can offer for patients. The book presents comprehensive coverage of the topic, offering a full range of explanations of technological developments and their relevance in the field of clinical rehabilitation. Clinicians who understand the potential of the innovations and are able to deal with the emotional responses of the patients will be well-placed to achieve faster and more effective rehabilitation for those in their care.
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