Findings of interest from immunology and psychoneuroimmunology

Les Alford

This article examines some findings from these fields of immunology and psychoneuroimmunolgy that are not widely discussed in the physical therapy professions. These findings are of relevance to many of the disciplines within the physical therapies. It is the authors aim to stimulate further interest in the relevant, yet often under explored areas of immunology and psychoneuroimmunology.

Manual Therapy, Volume 12, Issue 2, May 2007, Pages 176-180

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