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June 14, 1930


JAMA. 1930;94(24):1929-1931. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02710500047024

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Regulations Concerning Physical Therapy  To prevent certain unfortunate conditions that have been observed in connection with the use of physical therapy and irradiation by persons who lack technical training, the minister of the interior has assumed the duty of revising the laws that govern physical therapy in offices, institutes and ambulatoriums. The regulations that will be issued require a written statement regarding possession of the radiologic apparatus required for therapeutic purposes and, in addition, describe the precautions that must be used for the safety of the patients and the assistants. Persons wishing to practice physical therapy must show that they possess the special training needed. Special regulations will govern the keeping and storing of radioactive substances and will serve to guarantee the value or capacity of protective devices.

Cerebral Development and Physical Education  In the Great Hall of the Università adriatica at Bari, Professor Gallerani inaugurated recently a series of

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