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from Croft AC: Whiplash in Hypertext 2.0 (C) 2000, Spine Research Institute of San Diego

Instructions for Roland-Morris :

The patient is instructed to put a mark next to each appropriate statement.

 

The total number of marked statements are added by the clinician.  Unlike the authors of the Oswestry Disability Questionnaire, Roland and Morris did not provide descriptions of the varying degrees of disability (e.g. 40%-60% is severe disability).

 

Clinical improvements over time can be graded based on the analysis of serial questionnaire scores.  If, for example, at the beginning of treatment, a patientís score was 12 and, at the conclusion of treatment, her score was 2 (10 points of improvement), we would calculate an 83% 910/12 x 100) improvement.

 

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