Telerehabilitation is the dire need of time due to the recent covid-19 pandemic. It is also an era of technology integration in the delivery of health services. In the literature, telerehabilitation has been defined to provide rehabilitation service to patients with the use of technology from a distance or at the comfort of one’s home. The idea was introduced a few decades back due to many advantages including greater privacy, work at one’s own pace, minimize travel barriers, higher patient independence, Protection from virus infections and to be cost effective.1 The current pandemic where many rehabilitation centers were closed to protect immunocompromised patients and also to control the spread of the disease. However, many patients suffered and were deprived from.........
- 2021-07-09 (2)
- 2021-07-09 (1)
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