• Human animal interaction
  • ‘Alternative’ Rehabilitation approaches
  • Posted in Rehabilitation Articles

  • 17th Feb 2020

  • In the rehabilitation section of this edition we have chosen to focus on ‘alternative’ therapeutic approaches utilising music or animals. This reflects a growing interest in the importance of providing a stimulating therapeutic environment for patients as they undergo rehabilitation. There is evidence that patients undergoing inpatient rehabilitation are bored1 and inactive.2 Patients treated in […]


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