Department| Volume 19, ISSUE 4, P447, October 2006

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Continuous Passive Motion following Tenolysis in Hand Therapy Patients: A Retrospective Study

      Purpose of the Study: This retrospective study compares two groups of patients who underwent digital tenolysis (and/or capsulectomy) and evaluates their postoperative therapeutic management. One group of patients used continuous passive motion (CPM) machines in addition to their home exercise program. The second group of patients did not use CPM machines in addition to their home exercise program. Both groups of patients attended regularly scheduled hand therapy sessions.
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