In this review: Outcomes of Telehealth Physical Therapy Provided Using Real-Time Videoconferencing for Patients with Chronic Low Back Pain: A Longitudinal Observational Study (Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation)
Study: Teleconference Approach Fares Well in PT Treatment for Chronic LBP
A program provided entirely via real-time video achieved outcomes comparable to in-person treatment, researchers say.
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