Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 22909
  Title Commentary. FUNHAB (R): A science-based, multimodal approach for musculoskeletal conditions
Journal Top Integr Health Care. 2013 ;4(2):Online access only 13 p
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article

Functional rehabilitation has become an accepted treatment strategy in many clinical settings in part due to the groundbreaking work of Dr. Vladimir Janda. His work has inspired the creation of a specifically designed treatment program, called FUNHAB®. FUNHAB® provides clinicians with a systematic progression of exercises and treatment strategies while still allowing exercises to be individualized to a patient’s specific injury. This paper examines the concepts and basis behind the development of FUNHAB®, what makes FUNHAB® unique to other therapy programs, and how to properly implement this therapy program.

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