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TeleHealth: The New (Temporary) Norm

Written by Stephanie Lievense, PT, DPT, OCS In this day and age, it is not uncommon to work virtually. With today’s technology, we can work from just about anywhere. When I say “we,” though, I don’t include myself or most physical therapists. Some physical therapists have moved into more administrative roles, which means that they are involved in little to no direct patient care. However, most of us depend on treating our patients in person. As doctors of physical therapy, we rely quite heavily on our hands to give us the information that we need when treating a patient. Yes, the subjective information and observations are crucial, but our hands can give us important clues such as a joint restriction…

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