Occupational therapists set out their stall

Physiotherapists can find out how occupational therapists (OTs) help patients who have had adult hip replacements.

Produced by the College of Occupational Therapists, an evidence-based guide outlines 25 key recommendations for OT practice.

It is recommended reading for healthcare professionals who work alongside OTs in the hip replacement field.

The guidance is also suitable for carers, families of patients and those undergoing, or who have recently undergone, hip surgery.

Copies of Occupational therapy for adults undergoing total hip replacement can be downloaded.

Visit: www.cot.co.uk/publication/cot-publications/occupational-therapy-adults-undergoing-total-hip-replacement



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