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Functional Rehabilitation: A Unique Part of National University’s DC Curriculum

by May 3, 2012

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Every DC student at National University spends two trimesters in hands-on training in Functional Rehabilitation.  Watch the video below to learn how this part of our curriculum gives you an advantage in your future practice, and is especially helpful to those DC students who wish to specialize in sports medicine.

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