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 Commentary by Maj. Melissa Rose, Physical Therapy FlightCommanderDid you know that October was designated as NationalPhysical Therapy Month? This year, Physical Therapists around the nation areusing their month to raise awareness about the human toll on the opioidepidemic. Since 1999, the amount of opioids prescribed per person inthe US has
0 10/31
2017
Senior Airman Hessen Martinez Cruz, 19th Medical Operations Squadron physical therapy technician, works to ensure every patient who comes into the physical therapy clinic is rehabilitated to the best of his ability. When Airmen suffer from illness or injury, their motor functions can often be adversely compromised. Physical therapists work closely with patients to help them heal and promote overall wellness by helping restore function, improve mobility and relieve pain. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Codie Collins) Therapists stretch limitations of Airmen
Flexibility is the key to Combat Airlift in more ways than one. By pushing and pulling Airmen both physically and mentally, Little Rock Air Force Base physical therapy technicians stretch Airmen to a better state of health. Senior Airman Hessen Martinez Cruz, 19th Medical Operations Squadron physical therapy technician, works to ensure every
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2017
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