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The new normal: How technology affects return to practice

The Covid-19 crisis forced pretty much everyone in the rehab community to pivot quickly to avoid catastrophic pain to their businesses. Unable to see anything but the most urgent patients, many practitioners have taken a hard look at how to address their ‘inner healer’ while also keeping their businesses afloat. Pivoting to online tele-health consults and exercise classes have been at the front of this adjustment. In this article we’re going to address some of the greatest ways digital technology has affected a traditionally hands on practice and look at some of the pros and cons of tele-health, rehab programs, and electronic health records (EHRs). » Read more...