Ankle Joint Functional Assessment Tool Form:

Please fill out the new patient paperwork online and submit to our office prior to your first visit.

 

Due to COVID-19, we want to minimize patient time spent in the waiting area.  We pride ourselves on maximizing your time with your physical therapist to work one on one and begin the process of recovery.  Paperwork is an unfortunate necessity of the process but we want to minimize this burden and have it done prior to your visit so that we can get your treatment started!

FORM Ankle Joint Functional Assessment Tool

How would you describe the level of pain you experience in your ankle?

How would you describe any swelling in your ankle?

How would you describe the ability of your ankle when walking on uneven surfaces?

How would you describe the overall feeling of stability of your ankle?

How would you describe the overall feeling of strength of your ankle?

How would you describe your ankle's ability when you descend stairs?

How would you describe your ankle's ability when you jog?

How would you describe your ankle's ability to "cut," or change directions, when running?

How would you describe the overall activity level of your ankle?

Which statement best describes your ability to sense your ankle beginning to roll over?

Compared with the other ankle, which statement best describes your ability to respond to "roll over"

Following a typical incident of your ankle "rolling" which statement best describes the time requested to return to activity?

4 + 7 =

Our front office person administrator will inform you of the proper functional outcome to fill out and submit as well.  Your therapist will score this and establish a baseline of how you currently rate your symptoms.

If you need to contact Dr. Damon Daura, the email is: Damon@DamonPT.com

For any questions – please reach out! 
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This questionnaire has been designed to give your therapist information as to how your ankle problems have affected your functional ability. Please answer every question by placing clicking on the response that best describes your injured ankle compared with the non-injured side.

Check only 1 answer for each question choosing the answer that best describes your injured ankle. We realize you may feel that two of the statements may describe your condition, but please click only the one which closely describes your current condition.