In this review: Multicomponent Home-based Physical Therapy Versus Usual Care for Recovery After Hip Fracture (Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, abstract only available for free)
Study: Home-Based PT Interventions Post-Hip Fracture Get Results
Researchers compared two PT-led approaches and found that both achieved similar positive outcomes compared with usual care.
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