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Active versus passive low back pain treatment: A study of functional outcomes Adaptive sports integration following spinal cord injury Determining physical therapy students' perceptions about faculty-led supplemental instruction at a selected community college Family member perspectives on collaboration: An exploratory study How clinical instructors identify, implement, and evaluate professional behaviors in physical therapy students during clinical learning experiences Impact of hand-off communication on fall reduction in an inpatient setting Is burnout an occupational challenge for the working massage therapist and if so is there a relationship between burnout and proactive coping? Perceived level of mental health recovery as an outcome indicator in community support programs Predicting success: A study of admission processes and passing the national physical therapy examination for physical therapist assistants Psychological factors impeding older men from returning to recreational golf after knee joint replacement surgery Rehabilitation counselors' training program experience to treat clients with polytraumatic disabilities: A generic qualitative study Substance abuse: Evaluation of substance abuse treatment outcomes in the healthcare delivery system Testing biopsychosocial model-based variables as characteristics of individuals expressing their intent about returning to work after onset of chronic low back pain The effect of cognitive rehabilitation therapy on memory and processing speed in adolescents The effect of job conditioning and symptom intervention on productivity and health The effects of therapeutic massage on stress and quality of life of female faculty working in the teacher educations program at a small north central, North Dakota university The use of blended learning to facilitate critical thinking in entry level occupational therapy students Using dance classes for Parkinson's disease to improve quality of life