Re: tibia plateau fracture PT

I highly recommend you see a PT now. Get in a few visits and start a daily home exercise program. Maybe you could go like every 2 weeks and let the PT see how her progress is coming along. That should spread out those 30 visits nicely.

Posted By M Scott PT on May 23, 2007 at 23:28:20:

In Reply to: tibia plateau fracture PT posted by Paul on May 17, 2007 at 08:17:47:

Unique design guides and centers the glenohumeral joint promoting mobility but inhibiting rotation. Aids in preventing the subluxing shoulder.

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