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Elizabeth Andrews, MS, PT, a Physical Therapist at Donley, has been acknowledged by the American Physical Therapy Association for her work on preparing a monograph entitled Vestibular Rehabilitation: Role of the Vestibular System and Associated Disorders. It was published in May 2007 as a portion of the six-part Orthopedic Section Home Study Course offered through the American Physical Therapy Association. This course was completed in October 2007.

Physical Therapist Acknowledged by
American Physical Therapy Association

Elizabeth Andrews, MS, PT, a Physical Therapist at Donley, has been acknowledged by the American Physical Therapy Association for her work on preparing a monograph entitled Vestibular Rehabilitation: Role of the Vestibular System and Associated Disorders. It was published in May 2007 as a portion of the six-part Orthopedic Section Home Study Course offered through the American Physical Therapy Association. This course was completed in October 2007.


 
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