As COVID-19 attacks mind and body, patients often experience weakness, fatigue, shortness of breath, etc. Performing daily activities can become difficult for such patients. These physical impairments add to the stress of the patient.
It is important to create a rehabilitation program for such patients to help them return to their previous quality of life.
John Hopkins Medicine has released a guide book on how to restore movement in COVID-19 patients. The book explains the concept of Smart Moving as a solution. It talks about the 5 layers of human movement and the different phases of rehabilitation.
We are making this guide book available on our website for wider dissemination. We do not own the content or claim ownership to the concepts presented in the guide book.
Bouncing Back from COVID-19
Guide to Restore Movement & Initiate Rehabilitation During Self Isolation