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This table shows how therapeutic modalities may be strategically threaded throughout a curriculum to complement the primary content of each section area. Doing so reinforces the role and use of therapeutic modalities as therapies aimed at augmenting or complementing additional areas that are part of the complete patient care plan.

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Therapeutic modalities for:

Cross-referenced courses:

Flexibility/ROM

Thermotherapy (Chapter 3)

Ultrasound (Chapter 4)

Hydrotherapy (Chapter 5)

Traction (Chapter 7)

Orthopedics, Neurological

Rehabilitation, Therapeutic

Exercise, Kinesiology, Integumentary for US and Hydrotherapy

Strengthening

NMES (Chapters 9, 10, 11)

Biofeedback (Chapter 11)

Orthopedics, Therapeutic Exercise, Exercise Science/Physiology, Neurological Rehabilitation

Neuromuscular Re-education

FES (Chapters 9, 10, 12)

Biofeedback (Chapter 11)

Neurological Rehabilitation, Orthopedics

Pain Modulation

Cryotherapy and Thermotherapy (Chapter 2, 3)

Ultrasound (Chapter 4)

Hydrotherapy (Chapter 5)

Laser and Diathermy (Chapter 6)

Traction (Chapter 7)

Electrotherapy (Chapters 9, 10, 13)

Alternative Modalities (Chapter 16)

Orthopedics, Integumentary

Tissue Healing

Electrotherapy (Chapter 10, 14)

Hydrotherapy (Chapter 5)

Cryotherapy and Thermotherapy (Chapters 2, 3)

Ultrasound (Chapter 4)

Compression (Chapter 8)

Alternative Modalities (Chapter 16)

Orthopedics, Neurological

Rehabilitation, Integumentary, Pharmacology

Neurodiagnostics

EMG and NCV (Chapter 17)

Orthopedics, Neurological

Rehabilitation

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