Army physical therapy breaking new ground on treating soldiers
from Fort Hood Sentinel
The Army uses a variety of treatments to help heal and restore injured soldiers. Physical therapy is one of these evolving medical practices. Lt. Col. Kevin Houck, the officer-in-charge of the physical therapy clinic at Fort Hood's Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center, said the majority of soldiers who come to the clinic are referrals from their primary care managers, but in some cases they are referred by other specialty clinics, such as the orthopedic surgery and pain management.
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