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Exploring Occupational Therapists’ Perceptions of the Usefulness of Musculoskeletal Sonography in Upper-Extremity Rehabilitation/ Shawn C. Roll; Julie McLaughlin Gray; Gelya Frank; Monique Wolkoff

By: Roll SC.
Contributor(s): Gray JMc | Wolkoff M | Frank G.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticle Media type: Article Subject(s): Diagnòstic per la imatge | Extremitats superiors | Teràpia Ocupacional | Terapeutes ocupacionals | Ultrasonografia | arm | clients | diagnostic imaging | occupational therapist | pathology, perception | rehabilitation | ultrasonography | RehabilitacióOnline resources: Accés restringit usuaris EUIT In: The American Journal Of Occupational Therapy 2015 JUL-AGO; 69(4): 6904350020p1-6904350020p6Summary: OBJECTIVE. To identify the potential utility of musculoskeletal sonographic imaging in upper-extremity rehabilitation. clinic were recruited by convenience, were trained in the use of sonography, and implemented sonographic imaging in their clinical practice. Qualitative data were obtained during and after the implementation period by means of questionnaires and interviews. Data collection, analysis, and interpretation were completed in an iterative process that culminated in a thematic analysis of the therapists’ perceptions. musculoskeletal sonography in upper-extremity rehabilitation: (1) mastering anatomy and pathology, (2) augmenting clinical reasoning, (3) supplementing intervention, and (4) building evidence. therapist and client. Further exploration of complexities and efficacy for increasing patient outcomes is recommended to determine best practices for the use of musculoskeletal sonography in upper-extremity rehabilitation.
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OBJECTIVE. To identify the potential utility of musculoskeletal sonographic imaging in upper-extremity rehabilitation. clinic were recruited by convenience, were trained in the use of sonography, and implemented sonographic imaging in their clinical practice. Qualitative data were obtained during and after the implementation period by means of questionnaires and interviews. Data collection, analysis, and interpretation were completed in an iterative process that culminated in a thematic analysis of the therapists’ perceptions. musculoskeletal sonography in upper-extremity rehabilitation: (1) mastering anatomy and pathology, (2) augmenting clinical reasoning, (3) supplementing intervention, and (4) building evidence. therapist and client. Further exploration of complexities and efficacy for increasing patient outcomes is recommended to determine best practices for the use of musculoskeletal sonography in upper-extremity rehabilitation.

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