The Intermountain ROMS® team constantly seeks to advance occupational therapy and physical therapy care through research and experience. Please see a selection of their co-authored journal articles below that test physical therapy concepts as well as the effectiveness of Intermountain ROMS®.
The purposes of this study were: (1) to describe characteristics, clinical outcomes, and utilization for Medicare beneficiaries receiving physical therapy in
outpatient clinics within one integrated health care system; (2) to compare characteristics, outcomes, and utilization based on the body region affected; and (3) to
examine factors predictive of outcomes and utilization.
Physical Therapy: Journal of the American Physical Therapy Association, Volume 91, Number 3 - March 2011
Julie M. Fritz, Stephen J. Hunter, Diane M. Tracy, Gerard P. Brennan
Read the publication in its entirety to find the design, methods, limitations, results, and conclusions of the study.
The purpose of this study was to describe a proposed classification system for patients with neck pain by examining data for consecutive patients receiving physical therapy interventions.
Physical Therapy: Journal of the American Physical Therapy Association, Volume 87, Number 5 - May 2007
Julie M. Fritz, Gerard P. Brennan
Read the publication in its entirety to learn more about the methods, results, and conclusion of the study.
The purpose of this study was to examine the the impact of a continuing education (CE) intervention provided to a group of physical therapists on the treatment of patients with neck pain. A second purpose was to determine whether physical therapists who attended the CE course and participated in an ongoing clinical improvement project after completion of the course achieved more improvement in clinical outcomes than therapists who attended the CE course but did not participate in the clinical improvement project.
Physical Therapy: Journal of the American Physical Therapy Association, Volume 86, Number 9 - September 2006
Gerard P. Brennan, Julie M. Fritz, Stephen J. Hunter
Read the publication in its entirety to find out the background, methods, results, and conclusion of the study.
To describe the clinical outcomes following outpatient physical therapy for postoperative rehabilitation in four categories of shoulder surgery. Furthermore, we sought to determine if differences in outcomes between genders existed.
Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy, Volume 40, Issue 1, Pages 20-29, January 2010
Gerard P. Brennan, Eric C. Parent, Joshua A. Cleland
Read the publication in its entirety to more about the background, methods, results, and conclusions of the study.
To evaluate outpatient care process variables including use of continuous passive motion, home health physical therapy, number of days from inpatient discharge to beginning outpatient physical therapy, and aspects of outpatient physical therapy (number of visits, length of stay) as possible predictors of pain and disability outcomes of outpatient physical therapy.
The Journal of Arthroplasty, Volume 30, Issue 5, Pages 885-890, May 2015
Gerard P. Brennan, Julie M. Fritz, Kevin M. Houck, Stephen J. Hunter
Read an abstract of the publication to gain a more detailed overview of the study. Only subscribers of The Journal of Arthroroplasty can access the publication's full text.
To examine the association between adherence to the evidence-based recommendation for active physical therapy care and clinical outcomes along with subsequent healthcare utilization and charges for 1 year after completion of physical therapy.
Spine, Volume 33, Issue 16, Pages 1800-1805, July 2008
Julie M. Fritz, Joshua A. Cleland, Matthew Speckman, Gerard P. Brennan, Stephen J. Hunter
Read the abstract of the publication to gain a more detailed overview of the study. Only subscribers of Spine can access the publication's full text.
Examine patients treated in physical therapy with occupational low back pain who fit a subgroup likely to respond to thrust manipulation.
The Spine Journal: Official Journal of the North American Spine Society, Volume 6, Issue 3, Pages 289-295, May and June 2006
Julie M. Fritz, Gerard P. Brennan, Howard Leaman
Read the abstract of the publication to gain a more detailed overview of the study. Only subscribers of The Spine Journal can access the publication's full text.
To determine the effect of clinical presentations of neck pain on short-term physical therapy outcomes.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Volume 96, Issue 10, Pages 1756-1762, October 2015
Maggie E. Horn, Gerard P. Brennan, Steven Z. George, Jeffrey S. Harman, Mark D. Bishop
Read the abstract of the publication to gain a more detailed overview of the study. Only subscribers of Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation can access the publication's full text.
Get Care Now
Get care for low-level urgent conditions through a video chat with a provider, 24/7, on your computer or mobile device.Learn More.
View wait times and save your place in line at an Intermountain InstaCare location near you.
If this is an emergency please go to the nearest emergency room or call 911.
Intermountain Healthcare is a Utah-based, not-for-profit system of 24 hospitals (includes "virtual" hospital), a Medical Group with more than 2,400 physicians and advanced practice clinicians at about 160 clinics, a health plans division called SelectHealth, and other health services. Helping people live the healthiest lives possible, Intermountain is widely recognized as a leader in clinical quality improvement and efficient healthcare delivery.
Still not finding what you are looking for?
Copyright ©2021, Intermountain Healthcare, All rights reserved.