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OT Working With Amputee at Walter Reed

1950s
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Occupational therapist Geraldine Barthelemy helps an amputee learn to use his prosthesis.

A man with a prosthetic arm at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in 1952 works with occupational therapist Geraldine Barthelemy. Barthelemy is assisting the man in performing a task at work.

Source: The National Library of Medicine

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