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  • Tomas Lihagen, leg sjukgymnast, Örebro Rehabcenter

Tidigare sakkunniga

  • Aleksandar Kondic, läkare, fysikalskmedisinsk avd., UNN, Tromsø
  • Pål Kristensen, specialist i allmänmedicin, Ranheim legesenter, Trondheim