Although telehealth was adopted by clinicians during the coronavirus pandemic, there are some barriers present. 827 clinicians participated in the presented study. Median proportion of people seen via telehealth increased from 0% pre to 60% during the pandemic. Most clinicians reported managing common musculoskeletal conditions via telehealth. Less than half (42%) of clinicians surveyed believed telehealth was as effective as face-to-face care. A quarter or less believed patients value telehealth to the same extent (25%), or that they have sufficient telehealth training (21%). Lack of physical contact when working through telehealth was perceived to hamper accurate and effective diagnosis and management. Below, the video from the authors. The full paper can be accessed here.