The Hip Physical Examination for Telemedicine Encounters

Posted on 23.02.2021 - 15:13

In recent years, there has been an increasing focus on telehealth that has expanded exponentially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to the pandemic, multiple medical specialties began using telemedicine as a substitute for in-person visits given the ease of use, decreased time, and cost benefits [16,19]. Telemedicine was not widely adopted among orthopedic surgeons, however, often due to concerns about the utility of a virtual physical exam [11]. With the institution of social distancing requirement and restrictions on in-office visits, telehealth provides a safe method for evaluation of the orthopedic patient.

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Taylor, Samuel A.; Lamplot, Joseph D.; Swensen Buza, Stephanie; Lawton, Cort D.; Pinnamaneni, Sridhar; Rodeo, Scott A.; et al. (2021): The Hip Physical Examination for Telemedicine Encounters. SAGE Journals. Collection. https://doi.org/10.25384/SAGE.c.5315368.v1
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AUTHORS (9)

Samuel A. Taylor
Joseph D. Lamplot
Stephanie Swensen Buza
Cort D. Lawton
Sridhar Pinnamaneni
Scott A. Rodeo
Joshua S. Dines
Warren K. Young
Danyal H. Nawabi

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