Expected and Unexpected: Preconceptions of Telehealth for Hand Therapy Patients

Posted on 23.02.2021 - 15:15

Hand and upper extremity injuries can significantly affect a person’s ability to complete daily living tasks, work, and participate in leisure activities. They may account for up to 50% of all injuries sustained whether traumatic, insidious, or through repetitive stress [9].

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Taylor, Samuel A.; Lamplot, Joseph D.; Sloane, Emily; Dowling, Caroline; Ebert, Kerry; Papadopoulos, Eugenia; et al. (2021): Expected and Unexpected: Preconceptions of Telehealth for Hand Therapy Patients. SAGE Journals. Collection. https://doi.org/10.25384/SAGE.c.5315382.v1
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Samuel A. Taylor
Joseph D. Lamplot
Emily Sloane
Caroline Dowling
Kerry Ebert
Eugenia Papadopoulos
Gwen Weinstock-Zlotnick

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