Our outcomes measures are generated from patients approved for participation in our interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation program January 1, 2017 through June 30, 2017. A summary of our outcomes are as follows:
100% of patients reported experiencing overall improvement in increased range of motion to their injured area(s), a reduction in pain level, decreased anxiety and depression, increased activities of daily living, and overall improvement in their quality of life.
- Overall, the average gain of range of motion is 22.39%. Despite this, average gain varied between body areas treated.
- The average level of pain reduction patients experienced was a decrease of 4 points from original reported pain level (pain is measured on a 1-10 scale where 1 is minimal pain and 10 is the most severe pain). Of these patients, 8% of patients completed CPP with 0 reported pain and 35% reported a pain level of 3 or less upon completion.
- Sleep improved for 100% of the patients served. Sleep improved on average by about 4 hours, where 96% of patients reported sleeping 7 or 8 hours per night.
- Also, 100% of patients completed program with the knowledge of at least 3 coping skills to assist in managing pain.
- Additionally, 100% of patients completed program with a reduction in anxiety, depression, and fear avoidance levels/symptoms where 48% completed program with minimal levels/symptoms of anxiety, depression, and fear avoidance.
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