An introduction to the use of outcomes questionnaires in osteopathic practice

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9 February 2017

An introduction to the use of outcomes questionnaires in osteopathic practice

Outcomes assessment and management is rapidly becoming a necessary part of daily osteopathic practice. Third-party payers such as workers compensation schemes, motor vehicle accident compensation schemes and health insurance companies are increasingly encouraging that osteopaths incorporate the use of outcomes assessment into their practice. The purpose of this paper was to provide an outline of the common outcome measurement questionnaires that are of particular relevance to osteopathic practice. Each of the following outcome questionnaire is reviewed: Patient Specific Functional Scale, Neck Disability Index, Upper Extremity Functional Index, Shoulder (Croft) Disability Questionnaire, Shoulder Pain and Disability Index, Oswestry Low Back Pain/Disability Questionnaire, Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire, Lower Extremity Functional Index, McGill Pain Questionnaire … ABSTRACT

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