Offering significant benefits to both healthcare providers and patients, telerehabilitation is a key component in the future of rehabilitation care. Telerehabilitation: Principles and Practice provides expert information from experienced practitioners in the field, covering the wide range of patients seen in a rehabilitation medical practice or a hospital-based system. It provides quick access to information on common rehabilitation diagnoses and practices and how you can best use telerehabilitation to provide timely, effective care to every patient.
Clearly explains the benefits and utility of telerehabilitation for improving access to care and outcomes for various patient populations.
Uses a reader-friendly format based on diagnosis of specific disorders and common problems.
Covers telerehabilitation for spinal cord injury, stroke, and cancer rehabilitation.
Discusses key topics such as telemedicine for persons with disabilities, telerehabilitation in developing countries, telerehabilitation for integrative health, and mechanisms of telerehabilitation.
Explains the nuances of starting a telerehabilitation practice and the associated legislative, revenue, and compliance issues.
Features numerous charts, graphs, illustrations, and photographs throughout.
Ideal for rehabilitation professionals, physiatrists, and PM&R residents and specialists, as well as physical and occupational therapists.
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