‘It’s not hands-on therapy, so it’s very limited’: Telehealth use and views among allied health clinicians during the coronavirus pandemic.

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 … Continue reading ‘It’s not hands-on therapy, so it’s very limited’: Telehealth use and views among allied health clinicians during the coronavirus pandemic.