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What about your patients, do they do their homework?

The factors that contribute to effective rehabilitation vary depending on the nature of the condition or injury, as well as the goals of the rehabilitation. However, here are some key elements that are generally important for effective rehabilitation:
1. Accurate diagnosis: It is important that the diagnosis be accurate and complete in order to understand the nature of the condition or injury and to tailor treatment accordingly.
2. Individualized treatment plan: An individualized treatment plan is essential to meet the specific needs of each patient. It should be developed based on the patient's rehabilitation goals, abilities and limitations, and their environment.
3. Therapeutic collaboration: Rehabilitation often involves close collaboration between the patient and the therapist. A good therapeutic relationship is essential to encourage the patient to fully engage in the rehabilitation process and to provide emotional support.
4. Clear rehabilitation goals: Rehabilitation goals should be clear and specific, measurable and focused.
5. Regular feedback!
This last factor is fundamental and is a major reason why your patients do not attend regularly.
mySmartMove allows you to give this feedback with every exercise you perform!