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Functional Staging

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Functional Staging is a method to help clinicians and researchers interpret patients’ functional status scores. It can be useful to clinicians and patients in goal-setting, motivation, and discussing expectations for treatment results.

 

Clinical Interpretation: What Does My Patient’s Score Mean? 

Wang YC, Hart DL, Cook KF, Mioduski JE. Translating Shoulder Computerized Adaptive Testing Generated Outcome Measures into Clinical Practice. J Hand Ther. 2010;23:372–83.

 

Functional Staging Articles 

  • Foot Ankle  (Wang YC, Hart DL, Stratford PW, Mioduski JE. Clinical interpretation of computerized adaptive test outcomes measures in patients with foot/ankle impairments. JOSPT. 2009;39(10:753-764.)
  • Knee  (Wang YC, Hart DL, Stratford PW, Mioduski JE. Clinical interpretation of computerized adaptive test-generated outcome measures in patients with knee impairments. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2009;90(8):1340-8.)
  • Lower Extremity  (Wang YC, Hart DL, Stratford PW, Mioduski JE. Clinical interpretation of a lower-extremity functional scale-derived computerized adaptive test. Phys Ther. 2009;89(9):957-968.)
  • Lumbar  (Wang YC, Hart DL, Werneke MW, Stratford PW, Mioduski JE. Clinical interpretation of outcomes measures generated from a lumbar computerized adaptive test. Phys Ther. 2010;90(9):1323-1335)
  • Shoulder  (Wang YC, Hart DL, Cook KF, Mioduski JE. Translating shoulder computerized adaptive testing generated outcome measures into clinical practice. J Hand Therapy. 2010;23(4):372-83.)

 

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