Using PROMs routinely keeps you in touch with your patients, even when you haven’t seen them for months. Continue reading Remote monitoring using PROMs – failure of non-operative ACL rehab
How does the KOOS score for the patient sitting in front of you compare to “normal”? The 1000 Norms Project involving Sydney-siders gives us the answer. Continue reading KOOS – Normative Australian Data
Why does it surprise us when a patient returns to sport after ACL rupture without reconstruction? Continue reading ACL injury – back to tennis in 8 weeks
New OA guidelines recommend common sense management and monitoring with patient reported outcome measures. Continue reading RACGP – Guideline for the management of knee and hip OA
Understanding a patient’s beliefs and feelings using OMPSQ can be therapeutic. Continue reading The miraculous, disappearing knee pain!
IKDC is the most popular PROM used to research patients with an ACL injury. Continue reading IKDC and ACL Injury