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
How do we measure what matters in ACL injured patients? Continue reading ACL Injury – Outcomes Menu
Identification of “yellow flags” can help tailor evidence based management of patients with non-specific low back pain to reduce chronic disability. Continue reading Review of low back pain guidelines – the role of risk prediction
How KOOS can help you track knee OA. Continue reading Knee Osteoarthritis and KOOS
HAGOS is a PROM designed and validated for a young and active population with groin or hip pain. Continue reading HAGOS to HOOS – offspring or cousin?
The world of PROMs is full of acronyms. This blog expands on 3 of the industry’s big ones. ICHOM International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement ICHOM defines “standard sets” of outcome measures (including PROMs) to enable meaningful comparisons and learning. Where “cross walks” exist, more than one measure may be offered. Global healthcare leaders confer … Continue reading Meet some big personalities in the world of PROMs
PROMs can help PTs understand their clients with knee OA better and also demonstrate progress with exercise programs. Continue reading Can personal trainers use patient reported outcome measures in knee OA?
If your older patient has a smart phone or an email address, chances are they will be very happy to complete a digital patient reported outcome measure for you. Continue reading Digital health has no age limit