Physical therapy rehabilitates Osan Airmen

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Staff Sgt. Kenneth Rivera manipulates Senior Airman Marshall Hunsaker’s left arm to increase his range of motion at the 51st Medical Operations Squadron Physical Therapy clinic, July 19, 2012. Hunsaker, a 51st Fighter Wing Public Affairs broadcaster, is recovering from a left shoulder labrum surgery after a sports injury while deployed. Physical therapy is a form of rehab to get patients functioning at normal levels through various exercises, manipulation and strengthening. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt.
Staff Sgt. Kenneth Rivera manipulates Senior Airman Marshall Hunsaker’s left arm to increase his range of motion at the 51st Medical Operations Squadron Physical Therapy clinic, July 19, 2012. Hunsaker, a 51st Fighter Wing Public Affairs broadcaster, is recovering from a left shoulder labrum surgery after a sports injury while deployed. Physical therapy is a form of rehab to get patients functioning at normal levels through various exercises, manipulation and strengthening. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt.

Physical therapy rehabilitates Osan Airmen

by: Staff Sgt. Stefanie Torres | .
51st Fighter Wing PAO | .
published: July 21, 2012

7/19/2012 - OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- The 51st Medical Operations Squadron Physical Therapy clinic sees approximately 60 patients a week who are recovering from musculoskeletal injuries and surgeries, to patients experiencing aches and pains. Physical therapy is a form of rehab to get patients functioning at normal levels through various exercises, manipulation and strengthening techniques. The slideshow goes through a physical therapy session with Senior Airman Marshall Hunsaker, 51st Fighter Wing Public Affairs broadcaster, after recovering from a left shoulder surgery. (U.S. Air Force photos/Staff Sgt. Stefanie Torres)

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