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Physical therapy clinics and private fitness facilities have historically struggled to:
Validate impact in a real, objective way
Create continued engagement amongst patients and members
In order to create that engagement, practitioners need a way for patients to interact with the process and understand the journey to results. Most practitioners rely on what they see and feel, using tests like the Functional Movement Screen to show results; these subjective tests don’t move the needle in creating engagement, resulting in decreased patient retention.
Implementing the Sparta Solution
To be a leader in this profession, Dr. Tammara Moore of SOL Physical Therapy + Performance Training believes that practitioners and business owners must use data to educate their clients and give visibility into their progress. Sparta’s suite of assessments allows SOL to give its clients:
Increased engagement for better compliance and retention
A clear picture of their development throughout the process
Deeper insights into the efficacy of the program
Dr. Moore added that, “Clients feel more ownership over their rehab, improving their compliance in and out of the clinic, producing improved outcomes and increased engagement.”