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  • default [https://www.ou.edu/tulsa/allied_health/dpt/ University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center] ...am. This course is designed to advance the students’ knowledge in the area of sports medicine and related topics.
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  • default [https://www.ou.edu/tulsa/allied_health/dpt/ University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center] ...o form a background that leads to further development of the applied skill of exercise prescription.
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  • ...ed by and for the students in the School of Physical Therapy at Bellarmine University in Louisville KY. ...esent the information based on his/her analysis.  This project is one of the requirements in the PT 685 Professional and Legal Issues Course to&nbsp
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  • default [https://www.ou.edu/tulsa/allied_health/dpt/ University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center] ...o form a background that leads to further development of the applied skill of exercise prescription.
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  • default [https://www.ou.edu/tulsa/allied_health/dpt/ University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center] ...am. This course is designed to advance the students’ knowledge in the area of sports medicine and related topics.
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  • <blockquote>“The International Committee of the Red Cross is proud to have supported open online courses developed and ...find the time to [[Contribute As An Individual|contribute to the content]] of Physiopedia or to [[Donate|make a donation to our charity]] to support our
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  • Content Development Projects have been contributing to the growth of Physiopedia since it launched in 2009. ...ists throughout the world to contribute, share, and gain knowledge as part of a formal project.
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  • ...ly Fossard]] [[User:User Name|Emily North]] as part of the [[University of Oklahoma Exercise Science Project]]<br> '''Top Contributors''' - {{Special:Contribut ...reported taking some form of dietary supplements, while 76 to 100 percent of athletes in some sports are reported to use them.
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  • ...art of the [[University of Oklahoma Exercise Science Project|University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Exercise Science Project]] '''Top Contributors''' - ...mobilized joints or muscles. Thus, understanding the physiological effects of NSAIDs on the body will improve the ability to appropriately prescribe exer
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  • ...'''- [[User:Megan Landwehr|Megan Landwehr]] as part of the [[University of Oklahoma Exercise Science Project]] '''Top Contributors''' - {{Special:Contributors/ ...to the wide variety of usages, this supplement will be used by many types of people and found commonly in a physical therapy clinic.
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  • ...daily lives. Physiotherapists or Physical Therapists practice in a variety of settings, such as outpatient clinics, health and wellness clinics, rehabili The Universities which are the Educational Partners of Physiopedia are listed as follows:
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  • ...y of Complex Patient Problems|from Bellarmine University's Pathophysiology of Complex Patient Problems project.]] ...number of cases jumped to approximately 8 per million. However, the number of fatalities has decreased and currently is about 0.5%.
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  • ..._Problems Bellarmine University Physical Therapy Program's Pathophysiology of Complex Patient Problems Project.] Born and raised in Oklahoma&nbsp;
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  • ...'- [[User:Chelsea Miller |Chelsea Miller]] as part of the [[University of Oklahoma Exercise Science Project]] '''Top Contributors''' - {{Special:Contributors/ ...e withdrawal: a parametric analysis of caffeine dosing conditions. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 1999 Apr 1;289(1):285-94.Availa
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  • ...olk]], [[User:Matthew Wolfe|Matthew Wolfe]] as part of the [[University of Oklahoma Exercise Science Project]] ...ements). The body's liver, pancreas and kidneys also can make about 1 gram of creatine per day.
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