Carl M. Bettencourt, Patricia Carlstrom, Sara Hargreaves Brown, Karen Lindau, Carolyn M. Long; Using Work Simulation to Treat Adults With Back Injuries. Am J Occup Ther 1986;40(1):12–18. https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.40.1.12
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Occupational therapy at the Liberty Mutual Medical Service Center, Boston, Massachusetts, offers a diverse variety of modalities for the treatment of patients with low back pain. Treatment may include the use of a balance monitor, a multiwork station, a pneumatic lifting-lowering device, a computerized upper extremity work simulator, and a truck-driving simulator. The primary objective of occupational therapy in this setting is to provide a supportive environment where patients can practice and improve the execution of the work-related activities they need to perform their jobs while they are learning to live with or control their symptoms.
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