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Changing demographics and economic conditions have mandated that a greater proportion of internists' patients are employed. Physicians today need to know more about medical issues directly related to the workplace, such as toxicology, ergonomics, and rehabilitation. Although this book is addressed primarily to the occupational therapist, student, and teacher, the author's overview provides the physician with helpful insights into job-related injuries, illness, and disabilities as well as re-entry into the workplace. The text discusses treatment of chronic pain and neurologic, psychiatric, orthopedic, learning, and other disorders. Several rehabilitation facilities are also described. Case finding of those workers in need of
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Occupational Therapy: Work-related Programs and Assessments. Ann Intern Med. 1992;117:174. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-117-2-174_1
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