Thursday, November 24, 2005

Clinical Stuff

Over a period of several months in the last year I have been selecting patients at random and then asking them to fill out questionnaires at regular intervals throughout their treatment.

The questionnaires that I’ve been using are specifically designed for scientific and clinical research into quantifiable measures of pain and/or health for the purposes of evidence based practice standards.

The results were then calibrated and put into graph form which I’ve included here.

We can see that in every case there has been a substantial increase in the range of spinal motion and an equally substantial decrease in the overall pain levels for each patient.

The average reduction in the pain levels was 67.58% and the average increase in mobility was 33.37%. This is clear evidence of efficacy of this type of health care.