Learn Spanish for physical therapy and primary care. In this clinical encounter in Spanish, a woman carpenter presents to the clinic with a sore shoulder.
This original dialogue for this podcast was provided by one of our listeners Burke Gurney. Burke just traveled to Mexico where he worked with other physical therapists. Check out his blog @ http://burkesmexico.blogspot.com/
Me duele el hombro derecho.
Me duelen las piernas.
Me duele la mano izquierda.
¿El dolor comenzó rápido o despacio?
Poco a poco apareció después del partido.
¿A qué se dedica usted?
Es peor siempre que levanto los brazos por arriba de la cabeza.
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