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Good practices for rehabilitation and physiotherapy in outpatient settings after COVID-19 viral pneumonia

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This article is a review of the current scientific medical literature on the topic of physiotherapy and rehabilitation of COVID-19 pneumonia in outpatient settings. The aim is to present the clinical tools of physical and rehabilitation medicine for the prevention and management of complications of pneumonia due to the new strain of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Included studies cover the entire activity of physical and rehabilitation medicine – physical exercises, application of low-intensity magnetic field (LIMP), high-intensity magnetic field (HIMP), as well as laser therapy in the overall rehabilitation complex of patients after COVID-19 pneumonia. Findings confirm the hypothesis of the important role of specialists in physical and rehabilitation medicine that they could have in the recovery of patients after COVID-19 pneumonia, as well as the statistically significant benefit from the application of the above-described means of physical medicine. Read the whole article here.

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