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Best practice for telerehabilitation

Telerehabilitation is an emerging area of practice for physiotherapists and rehabilitation professionals. Due to extenuating circumstances that started to worsen last week (week of March 9 2020), Embodia decided to forge ahead and create a cost-efficient and simple telerehabilitation platform. However, telerehab is a relatively new area with limited published best practices and each therapist and clinic needs to decide if telerehab is right for their practice and which patients on their caseload could benefit from a virtual visit.

As the situation with COVID-19 continues to evolve rapidly, we will continue to update this section of the course with new resources and best practice guidelines that are published by trusted sources. If you come across any resources that you think would be helpful to share with the community, please reach out to me at mbergeron@embodiaacademy.com

Alternatively, feel free to post your resources in the discussion form enabled in this course. Connect with your peers, share resources, and ask your questions.

There has never been a more significant time in our professional history where we need to come together as a community and support each other. That is why the Embodia Telerehab platform is free for all Embodia Members with absolutely no change in your membership fee.

"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success." -Henry Ford.

Here's to supporting and caring for each other and coming out the other side stronger together,

Maggie Bergeron
PT, Co-Founder Embodia
 

Here's a list of best practice guidelines and resources:

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