Are Strength and Conditioning Knowledge Essential for a Physiotherapist?

  • Alagappan Thiyagarajan Senior Sports Physiotherapist
Keywords: sports physiotherapy, strength and conditioning


How to cite this article:
Thiyagarajan A. Are Strength and Conditioning Knowledge Essential for a Physiotherapist? Chettinad Health City Med J. 2022;11(3):52-54.



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