Telehealth Resources

Evidence suggests that rehabilitation through real-time telehealth (videoconferencing) and telephone-based interventions are effective for improving pain and function in individuals with spinal conditions, osteoarthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions. Ruling out serious pathologies, and providing education, exercise and self-management strategies are essential first-line management for musculoskeletal conditions and can be accomplished through the use of telehealth.


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  • Management of shoulder pain: a clinical practice guideline by the Ontario Protocol for Traffic Injury Management (OPTIMa) Collaboration -submitted for publication

  • Management of lumbar spine stenosis -submitted for publication

Guideline Summaries

  • Non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic management of acute pain from non-low back, musculoskeletal injuries in adults (Winter 2020)

Care Pathways

  • Care pathway for the management of neck pain and associated disorders (expected completion date (Fall 2020)

Evidence Summaries

  • Post-surgical rehabilitation for adults with low back pain (expected completion date: Winter 2021)

  • Management of back pain in children (expected completion date: Winter 2021)

  • Post-concussion symptoms in adults (in collaboration with members from the Canadian Traumatic Brain Injury Consortium (expected completion date: Winter 2020) 

Continuing Education

  • Clinical vignette on managing a patient with low back pain using psychologically informed interventions (PIP)

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and Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association. CCGI maintains editorial independence from funders.

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