More people are finding it more convenient carrying a Kindle gadget than having to carry large and heavy physical therapy books. In this digital times, you can read your favorite books, novels, and magazines with just small gadgets, such as the Kindle, iPad, or even smartphones.
One of the most popular sellers of physical therapy eBooks is Amazon.com (Amazon Kindle). More and more print books have Kindle counterparts that is instantly available for download upon purchase. Besides, the Kindle counterpart of the physical therapy book, in most cases, is much cheaper than the paper print one.
The Kindle eBook Problem
While Kindle eBooks can be downloaded and read through Kindle gadgets, such as the Kindle Fire or Kindle Paperwhite, not all gadgets or PC can open the Kindle platform eBooks. To open these types of Kindle eBooks, Amazon has created a FREE Kindle Reading App, which you can use to read your downloaded physical therapy books, magazines, and novels, among others.
Lighter than physical books
Kindle gadgets, tablets, or, smartphones containing all your eBooks is way much lighter than having to carry several physical print books. This could probably even deter potential occurrence of back strain, neck pain, or even shoulder problems from having to carry heavy books.
Borrowing eBooks from Amazon
Yes! You can borrow selected eBooks from the “Kindle Owners’ Lending Library,” from Amazon Prime for free. They have a 30-day free trial so you can try it out first before subscribing.
I have published my eBook, “Physical Therapy Abbreviations, Acronyms, & Symbols,via Amazon Kindle Store. The eBook has hundreds of abbreviations and acronyms you can use for writing your study notes and physical therapy notes.