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COVID-19 Outpatient Rehabilitation: Introduction to Best Practices

December 23, 2021 • Other • Jennifer Stone, Kathryn Richardson

As we near the second anniversary of the pandemic, more and more people are seeking outpatient rehabilitation services due to lingering symptoms following infection with COVID-19. Outpatient therapists are perfectly positioned to provide meaningful care for these individuals, but research on best practices is currently emerging. Join EIM faculty Jenn Stone, PT, and Kathy Richardson, OT, as they discuss what we know, what we think, and how outpatient therapists can address concerns with COVID-19 in the clinic.

Jenn Stone is author of “Early Outpatient Tele-rehabilitation Improves Functional Outcomes in Patients Following Hospitalization for COVID-19: A Case Series.”

Presenters: Jennifer Stone, PT, DPT, OCS, PH and Kathy Richardson, OT
Date: January 26, 2022
Time: 7:30 PM CDT

 

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Jennifer Stone

Dr. Jennifer Stone graduated from Texas State University in 2009, and completed her transitional DPT through MGHIHP in 2010. She completed an orthopedic residency through Evidence In Motion in 2010 and is a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapists Specialties (ABPTS). She received a pelvic health certification through Herman...

Kathryn Richardson

Kathy is an occupational therapist with over 15 years of experience treating pediatrics and adults with persistent pain. Kathy earned her Masters of Occupational Therapy degree from Louisiana State University in 2005. She recently completed the Therapeutic Pain Specialist certification and is currently a Fellow in Training for Pain Sciences through Evidence In Motion. Kathy...

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