Hyden J, Thornton H, Clinch CR. How should physicians indicate increased risk on sports physical forms? [newsletter article]. Evid Based Pract. 2007;10(11):5-6.
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Associate Professor, Family & Community Medicine
Adolescent Medicine, Physical Fitness and Exercise Prescription, Exercise Treadmill Testing, Wellness and Health Promotion, Pediatrics, Nonsurgical Orthopaedics, Sports Medicine, Women's Health
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This care giver is interested in a providing good health for me as patients - Is very confident in his self in helping.
he is awesome
I wish Dr. Thornton was taking new patients. I would very much like for my adult daughter to come to him.
Dr. Thornton is an excellent care provider.
this was my first time seeing this doctor. so far everything was very good.
We appreciate *Dr. Thornton. He has helped our son greatly!
this is the most care and attention we have received from a healthcare provider in years. He was very thorough and attentive towards my son and truly listened to what we had to say.
Dr. Thornton was very good a d listened to me. He is a good doctor.
Dr. Thornton is excellent. He is aleays attentive and knowledgable