PT 2008: San Antonio, June 11-14

September 2008
PT: Magazine of Physical Therapy;Sep2008, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p46
Information about the PT 2008: Annual Conference and Exposition held in San Antonio, Texas is presented. Topics includes the role of medical personnel in providing the best healthcare for their patients making their lives better. The conference and exposition highlights the keynote speaker Lee Woodruf with her inspiring story on the rehab recovery of her husband.


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