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A 43 year old patient has sustained multiple upper extremity fractures and now has stage 1 complex regional pain syndrome. When beginning occupational therapy and incorporating the biomechanical frame of reference, what is most likely the intervention that that will be incorporated first?
A) Simulation of various work and daily tasks needed to complete in the OT clinic
B) Ask the patient to scrub the table in order to incorporate stress loading
C) Engage the patient in a card game
D) Engage the patient in ROM exercises to improve the affected limb’s flexibility, strength, and function

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If an OT is incorporating the biomechanical frame of reference with a patient in stage 1 of complex regional pain syndrome then the patient will be engaging at ROM first and then stress loading in the later stages of the condition.

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