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Rhythmotherapy; a discussion of the physiologic basis and therapeutic potency of mechano-vital vibration

to which is added a dictionary of diseases with suggestions as to the technic of vibratory therapeutics.

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This edition was published in by Ouellette in Chicago.

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210 pages

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Rhythmotherapy; a discussion of the physiologic basis and therapeutic potency of mechano-vital vibration

to which is added a dictionary of diseases with suggestions as to the technic of vibratory therapeutics.

This edition was published in by Ouellette in Chicago.


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Will reformat; 19970301

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Library of Congress
RM721 .W2

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Pagination
210 p.
Number of pages
210

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OL6975873M
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rhythmotherapy00wallgoog
LC Control Number
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OCLC/WorldCat
14811589

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