Rehabilitation has undergone a major transformation in the last few decades, and it can be challenging to see the bigger picture and provide evidence-based care. Often, research doesn’t match the specific needs of the patient, leading to pressure to rely on popular techniques in one’s profession instead. Despite the fact that we have intuitively recognized the need to tailor our care to each individual client, no educational program or advanced training has systematically taught us how to effectively manage the interrelated biological, psychological, and social factors that play a role in our clients’ issues.
As a result, we took on the challenge and created the Human Rehabilitation Framework (HRF)™ as a systematic and comprehensive step forward. The HRF™ is a biopsychosocial process-based approach to rehabilitation that is accessible by all disciplines and provides a new perspective on personalized care. It takes into account the complex aspects of pain and movement, and replaces traditional diagnostic methods with a process-based approach.
The HRF™ is an evolutionary step forward for Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) and embraces the scientific philosophy of Functional Contextualism to ensure a coherent approach to clinical reasoning, decision-making, scientific research, intervention, and outcome measures. This approach supports advances in Personalized Precision Medicine and the Value-Based Care Model, and is designed to be ready for the future of Biopsychosocial research.
Check out our latest YouTube video and HRFhome.com to learn more about the HRF™ and its potential to transform the way we approach rehabilitation.
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