A patient comes to physical therapy reporting foot and ankle pain. You see some supination during static stance and gait, but you are not completely sure. Your colleague thinks the patient’s foot is slightly pronated…
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Why Therapists Love MedBridge
“I love MedBridge because it allows me to browse different education programs at my own pace and to learn about other subjects other than my primary focus of pelvic health. This allows me to keep abreast of current research in various areas of PT.”
Susan Giglio, PT