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According to the American Kinesiotherapy Association, there currently are about 500 registered kinesiotherapists in the United States.
In 1987, the organization was renamed American Kinesiotherapy Association (AKTA) to better reflect its role as a provider of therapeutic exercise.
CONTACT: Rashena Lindsay, +1-281-459-2698, or +1-713-301-4577, for American Kinesiotherapy Association
PART II: "EFFECTS OF KINESIOTHERAPY ON FUNCTIONAL INDEPENDENCE"
present at conferences and publish in Clinical Kinesiology, Journal of the American Kinesiotherapy Association.
These factors, however, may be amenable to Kinesiotherapy intervention.
Kinesiotherapy has evolved from experiences in World War II during which time the Medical Service Corps was established to help return wounded individuals to active duty and to work with rehabilitation of those who were too seriously wounded to return to active duty.
While state legislators do not grant Kinesiotherapy the same status as Physical and Occupational Therapy, the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education (CAAHEP) recognizes Kinesiotherapy as an allied health care profession.
The academic basis of Kinesiotherapy is "kinesiology," broadly defined as the study of exercise and movement, the academic discipline of physical education (22,36).
In the broadest sense of the term, kinesiotherapy, coined by Robert E.
The origins of the modern Kinesiotherapy profession can be generally traced to two parallel historical movements in the mid-20th century: (a) the physical conditioning and reconditioning programs initiated during World War II, and (b) the early efforts of John E.
In 1943, the first American school or training course to prepare personnel in "Corrective Physical Rehabilitation" (CPR), the precursor to Corrective Therapy and Kinesiotherapy, was organized at the 307th U.
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