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Reply to “First and Second Letters Regarding ‘Traditional Versus Digital Media–Based Hand Therapy After Distal Radius Fracture’”

Published:November 12, 2021DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhsa.2021.09.027
      Thank you for the opportunity to respond to the commentary on our article on hand therapy following distal radius fracture.
      • Lara T.R.
      • Kagan R.P.
      • Hiratzka S.L.
      • Thompson A.R.
      • Nazir O.F.
      • Mirarchi A.J.
      Traditional versus digital media–based hand therapy after distal radius fracture.
      We appreciate the comments by Stern
      • Stern B.
      First letter regarding “Traditional versus digital media–based hand therapy after distal radius fracture.”.
      and McGee
      • McGee C.
      Second letter regarding “Traditional versus digital media-based hand therapy after distal radius fracture.”.
      and feel that they add to an ongoing conversation regarding a field of study that has many unanswered questions and deserves more attention in future studies.
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      References

        • Lara T.R.
        • Kagan R.P.
        • Hiratzka S.L.
        • Thompson A.R.
        • Nazir O.F.
        • Mirarchi A.J.
        Traditional versus digital media–based hand therapy after distal radius fracture.
        J Hand Surg Am. 2022; 47: 291.e1-291.e8
        • Stern B.
        First letter regarding “Traditional versus digital media–based hand therapy after distal radius fracture.”.
        J Hand Surg Am. 2021; 47: e1
        • McGee C.
        Second letter regarding “Traditional versus digital media-based hand therapy after distal radius fracture.”.
        J Hand Surg Am. 2021; 47: e3
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