Vol. 2 Núm. 2 (2020): Diciembre
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Métodos de representación del movimiento en rehabilitación. Construyendo un marco conceptual para la aplicación en clínica

Publicado diciembre 28, 2020

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La Touche R. Métodos de representación del movimiento en rehabilitación. Construyendo un marco conceptual para la aplicación en clínica. MOVE [Internet]. 28 de diciembre de 2020 [citado 16 de enero de 2021];2(2). Disponible en: https://jomts.com/index.php/MOVE/article/view/42

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