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The acceleration of telerehab has been at the forefront of the pandemic

The adoption of telerehab during the pandemic has seen seismic changes in how many therapists engage with their clients. Here, neurophysiotherapist Leanna Luxton, co-founder of Remote Rehab, explains how embracing technology can yield lasting positive change

Nothing has challenged our thinking around the value and effectiveness of virtual rehabilitation as much as this worldwide pandemic.

Virtual therapy, whilst used very effectively for decades in many fields of recovery, hadn’t, until nine months ago, been widely adopted in neurorehabilitation and so very little insight and data has been collected about its appropriateness and effectiveness with patients recovering from a brain injury or a stroke.

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