Older patients in skilled nursing facilities for rehabilitation showed improved outcomes from goal-oriented physical and occupational therapy that focused on specific goals and motivational messages, according to a study published in JAMA Open Network. "We found that when you engage and motivate people, they do better," said lead author Eric Lenze.
Older patients benefit from goal-oriented physical therapy
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