manuelletherapie 2011; 15(5): 188-190
DOI: 10.1055/s-0031-1281919
Leserbrief

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Leserbrief zu: Schomacher J. Selbsttraktion des Kiefergelenks führt zur Separation zwischen Kondylus und Fovea articularis im CT

H. von Piekartz
  • 1Hochschule Osnabrück
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Publikationsverlauf

Publikationsdatum:
19. Dezember 2011 (online)

manuelletherapie 2011; 15: 105 – 108

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Prof. Dr. Harry von Piekartz

PhD in Movement and Rehabilitationscience, Hochschule Osnabrück, Studienleiter MSc Manuelle Therapie (OMT), Osnabrück, Senior Teacher International Maitland Teacher Association (IMTA)

President Craniofacial Therapy Academy (CRAFTA)

Caprivistr. 30a

49076 Osnabrück

eMail: H.von-Piekartz@hs-osnabrueck.de

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