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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Oxford Gait Laboratory

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Reporting of results

Results from the upper limb assessment are interpreted in an inter-professional meeting.

The report includes:

  • the patient's history
  • clinical examination
  • interpretation of the SHUEE or AHA assessment
  • specific treatment recommendations including:
    • physiotherapy, e.g. constraint induced movement therapy
    • occupational therapy
    • orthotic provision
    • botulinum toxin injections
    • surgery
    • others as applicable, such as imaging or referrals to other specialised services.

Referrers and physiotherapists receive the report along with the clinical examination and scoring form.