Is it time to abandon traditional MSK diagnostic labelling?: PROMs research summary

Is it time to abandon traditional MSK diagnostic labelling or MSK labels? We summarise research by Aasdahl et. al., (2021) to explore the potential answer. Original research title: Recovery trajectories in common musculoskeletal complaints bydiagnosis contra prognostic phenotypes. Authors: Line Aasdahl, Fredrik Granviken, Ingebright Meisingset, Astrid Woodhouse, KariAnne I Evensen & Ottar Vasseljen Year: 2021 … Continue reading Is it time to abandon traditional MSK diagnostic labelling?: PROMs research summary

How physiotherapists can use PROMs to create a more tailored client experience: Physiocise mini case study

Snapshot In this case study, we sat down with Anna-Louise Bouvier, Founder and Creative Director of Physiocise, to explore how her clients have benefitted from using PROMs (patient reported outcome measures) questionnaires.   Physiocise was founded over 25 years ago by Anna-Louise. During that time, the clinic has assessed over 12,000 individual clients and continues to be a leader in in the field of exercise rehabilitation for chronic, recurrent pain and problems across the spectrum of … Continue reading How physiotherapists can use PROMs to create a more tailored client experience: Physiocise mini case study

Australian Physiotherapy Association launches PROMs pilot with myscoreit

The future of healthcare is here! Electronic medical records, telehealth and the use of digital products to support care has become mainstream. It’s now time to start measuring outcomes digitally as well. The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) advocates for the value of physiotherapy and is exploring the feasibility of industry wide outcomes collection. This is … Continue reading Australian Physiotherapy Association launches PROMs pilot with myscoreit