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Category: Occupational Therapy

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What Are the Types of Rehabilitation?

If you have experienced a catastrophic injury like a brain injury, spinal cord injury, or stroke, rehabilitation is a key step in helping you recover. Through various levels of care, […]

Trading Places: Dipika Aggarwal’s Story of Recovery Using Telerehabilitation

Dipika Aggarwal, a hospital-based neurologist, traded her white coat for a patient’s gown when she sustained a moderate stroke in 2019 resulting in right hemiplegia (weakness of the right side […]

‘Rehabilitation Today’ Podcast: A Collaborative Approach to Home Modifications

Backed by decades of experience producing exceptional clinical outcomes, Kintinu Telerehab connects recovery to everyday life. We gladly joined Kyle Walker from VGM Homelink, an industry leader and national provider of […]

Virtual Driver Training: The Impact of Virtual Occupational Therapy

As therapists, one of the most common goals our clients have is to return to driving. It offers the opportunity to access the community, a jobsite, leisure activities, and an […]

What Does Occupational Therapy Do?

Occupational therapy is an effective type of rehabilitative care. It aims to prevent the worsening of an individual’s condition and improve their quality of life. If you experience injury, pain, disability […]

Virtual Occupational Therapy: Why You Should Consider Virtual Care

Although Occupational Therapy (OT) has the word “occupation” in its title, this is misleading. Many interpret this literally; however, “occupation” in this sense is defined as, “any activity or task […]

Work from Home: Kintinu Telerehab Offers Solutions When Nothing Else Can

Today, Jeff Griffin is playing with his daughter, Leta. The one-year-old blazes into the living room, half-sprint and half-waddle, right to the spot where Jeff sits on the carpet. She […]

Telerehabilitation: Benefits, Misconceptions, and How to Achieve Long-Term Adoption

Although telemedicine has been around since the beginning of the 20th century, resistance to widespread adoption remains, especially when considering clinical applications that traditionally involve a “hands-on” component. Telerehabilitation involving […]

Kintinu Telerehab: A Q&A with Melissa Anderson

With the launch of the Kintinu Telerehabilitation program in 2018, QLI introduced a cutting-edge new system to redefine recovery in outpatient settings. Through the use of specialized video technology, Kintinu […]

Physical Activity in the Life of the Differently-Abled Adult

I want to preface this post with an acknowledgement—I’m not going to use the term “disability” because I think it implies that a person CANNOT do something; whereas, “differently-abled” alludes […]