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Can Physical Therapy Help Treat Diabetes?
Can Physical Therapy Help Treat Diabetes?

In 2012, approximately 30 million Americans were afflicted with diabetes. As more and more Americans begin to suffer from poor nutrition and weight issues, the risk of developing diabetes also increases. Diabetes increases a person’s risk of suffering from cardiac disease, ...

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