By John K. Paterson MB. BS, MRCGP, Loic Burn BA, MRCS, LRCP, DPhysMed (auth.)
to scientific Manipulation John okay. Paterson, MB. BS. MRCGP at the moment Vice-President and Han. Secretary of the British organization of Manipulative medication and member of the medical Advisory Committee of the foreign Federation of handbook drugs and Loic Burn, BA. MRCS. LRCP. DPhysMed at present President of the British organization of Manipulative drugs. Han. Secretary of the medical part of the British League opposed to Rheumatism and member of Council of the again ache organization ~~ M.TP PRESS LIM.ITED ~ a member of the KLUWER educational PUBLISHERS staff los angeles CASTER I BOSTON I THE HAG E / DORDRECHT released within the united kingdom and Europe by means of MTP Press restricted Falcon residence Lancaster, England British Library Cataloguing in book information Paterson, John ok. An creation to clinical manipulation. 1. Manipulation (Therapeutics) I. identify II. Burn, Loic 615.8'2 RM724 released within the united states through MTPPress A department of Kluwer Boston Inc a hundred ninety outdated Derby highway Hingham, MA 02043, united states Library of Congress Cataloging in book facts Paterson, John K., 1921- An creation to clinical manipulation. Bibliography: p. comprises index.
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An Introduction to Medical Manipulation by John K. Paterson MB. BS, MRCGP, Loic Burn BA, MRCS, LRCP, DPhysMed (auth.)