Tele-rehabilitation in people with physical disabilities

...how effective is it on pain, physical function, and quality of life?

High quality evidence shows that there are no significant long-term differences between telerehabilitation and other interventions for pain, function, and quality for life.

In the short-term, there are also no differences in function and quality of life; however, the evidence quality is moderate.

Performing exercise by telerehabilitation may therefore be a valid alternative to improve pain, physical function, and quality of life in adults with physical disabilities.


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