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Characteristics of Early Interventions for Pain and Function Following Lower Extremity Joint Replacement: Systematic Review (2022)

Citation (do not include doi) Foussell, I., Negley, M., Thompson, A., Turner, A., Wygal, A., Devries, Al, Hilton, C., & Pritchard, K. (2022) Characteristics of early interventions for pain and function following lower extremity joint replacement: Systematic review. Occupational Therapy In Health Care.

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Occupational therapy (OT) is beneficial among adults with chronic pain; however, OT interventions addressing the early phases of pain have not been clearly described. This systematic review characterized acute and subacute interventions billable by O ...

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Chronic PainHip/PelvisKneesOrthopaedics