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Reported use of technology in stroke rehabilitation by physical and occupational therapists.
Langan J, et al. Disabil Rehabil Assist Technol 2018. PMID 28812386
Still, less than 25% of therapists' report using a stopwatch five or more times per week. Notably, feedback to patients is based upon objective data less than 50% of the time by most therapists. ...Physical and occupational therapists do not widely use technology in stroke rehabilitation. Therapists should consider using technology in stroke rehabilitation to better meet the needs of the patient....
Still, less than 25% of therapists' report using a stopwatch five or more times per week. Notably, feedback to patients is based upon …
Occupational hand injuries: a current review of the prevalence and proposed prevention strategies for physical therapists and similar healthcare professionals.
Gyer G, et al. J Integr Med 2018 - Review. PMID 29526241
Hand injury is the second most common work-related musculoskeletal injury among physical therapists (PTs) and other manual therapy professionals such as osteopaths, physiotherapists, chiropractors, acupuncturists and massage therapists. ...
Hand injury is the second most common work-related musculoskeletal injury among physical therapists (PTs) and other manual the …
Work-Related Low Back Pain Among Physical Therapists in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Alghadir A, et al. Workplace Health Saf 2017. PMID 28121518
A self-administered online questionnaire (i.e., demographic data, history of LBP before and after working as a physical therapist, work setting, and effect on daily activities) was sent to 600 members of the Saudi PT association. ...The prevalence of work-related LBP among physical therapist in Riyadh was high, affecting patient care and daily activities of the therapists. ...
A self-administered online questionnaire (i.e., demographic data, history of LBP before and after working as a physical therap …
Considering the Role of Physical Therapists Within the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Individuals With Eating Disorders: An International Survey of Expert Clinicians.
Soundy A, et al. Physiother Res Int 2016. PMID 26267762
Physical therapist responses were analysed with descriptive statistics and thematic analysis as appropriate. RESULTS: Twenty-eight international physical therapists participated. ...Physical therapists were able to identify a range of barriers and facilitators to physical activity in people with EDs. DISCUSSION: This paper provides a first step towards understanding the role and value of physical therapists working with individuals with EDs. ...
Physical therapist responses were analysed with descriptive statistics and thematic analysis as appropriate. RESULTS: Twenty-e
Claim Costs, Musculoskeletal Health, and Work Exposure in Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants, and Occupational Therapist Assistants: A Comparison Among Long-Term Care Jobs.
Kotejoshyer R, et al. Phys Ther 2019. PMID 31222334
The routine performance of such tasks by physical therapists and occupational therapists during treatment can cause similar problems. OBJECTIVE: This study characterized the magnitude of MSDs and the risk factors for MSDs in physical therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapist assistants, and occupational therapist assistants (collectively called "therapy personnel" for this study) and compared them with those of other nursing home workers, especially nursing staff. ...
The routine performance of such tasks by physical therapists and occupational therapists during treatment can cause sim …
Power mobility for children: a survey study of American and Canadian therapists' perspectives and practices.
Kenyon LK, et al. Dev Med Child Neurol 2018. PMID 29956320 Free article.
AIM: To explore the views and practices of paediatric occupational therapists and physical therapists in Canada and the USA regarding the implementation of power mobility for children with mobility limitations. ...Resources to support therapists in the early introduction of power mobility may be beneficial. WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: Occupational and physical therapists positively view early introduction of power mobility for children with mobility limitations. ...
AIM: To explore the views and practices of paediatric occupational therapists and physical therapists in Canada and the …
Physiotherapist perceptions of optimal sitting and standing posture
Korakakis V, et al. Musculoskelet Sci Pract 2019. PMID 30469124
CONCLUSIONS: These results reinforce previous data suggesting that upright lordotic sitting postures are considered optimal, despite a lack of strong evidence that any specific posture is linked to better health outcomes. ...
CONCLUSIONS: These results reinforce previous data suggesting that upright lordotic sitting postures are considered optimal, despite …
Workforce Projections 2010-2020: Annual Supply and Demand Forecasting Models for Physical Therapists Across the United States.
Landry MD, et al. Phys Ther 2016. PMID 26472298
DESIGN: A traditional stock-and-flow methodology or model was developed and populated with publicly available data to produce estimates of supply and demand for physical therapists by 2020. ...The difference between projected supply and demand represented a shortage or surplus of physical therapists. RESULTS: Three separate projection models were developed based on best available data in the years 2011, 2012, and 2013, respectively. ...
DESIGN: A traditional stock-and-flow methodology or model was developed and populated with publicly available data to produce estimat …
Prevalence causes and impact of work related musculoskeletal disorders among physical therapists.
Muaidi QI and Shanb AA. J Back Musculoskelet Rehabil 2016. PMID 27002660
BACKGROUND: Physical therapists are particularly vulnerable to work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMDs). OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the prevalence, causes and impact of WRMDs among physical therapists in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). ...The prevalence of WRMDs among physical therapists was 47.7% with a significant difference between full- and part-time practice (p = 0.023). ...
BACKGROUND: Physical therapists are particularly vulnerable to work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMDs). OBJECTIVE: To e …
Relationships between presenteeism and work-related musculoskeletal disorders among physical therapists in the Republic of Korea.
Bae YH. Int J Occup Saf Ergon 2018. PMID 29027498
This study investigated the relationship between presenteeism and work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) among physical therapists (PTs) in the Republic of Korea. ...
This study investigated the relationship between presenteeism and work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) among physical th
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