SpineCare Quality Reports
SpineCare, an outpatient clinic of Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin, treats patients with neck and back pain. We emphasize early intervention and offer a comprehensive, evidence-based approach to spine care. Our goal is to encourage an early, safe return to your routine activities and workplace, and to help you prevent long-term disability from back and neck pain.
A total of 4,091 new patients were treated between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2013.
The bottom line is that our approach works. A majority of SpineCare patients continue in their daily activities to some extent during their treatment. Of patients who responded to our satisfaction survey in 2013:
- 94% agreed that the SpineCare Program offered quality care.
- 96% would prefer to come back to the SpineCare Program if they ever needed care again.
- 95% would recommend the SpineCare Program to others.
We want to help you return to your routine activities as soon and as safely as possible, all while promoting function and helping prevent long-term disability. Getting help quickly for back and neck problems and learning proper self-help techniques are just two of the ways we work to prevent these problems from becoming chronic. Over the course of treatment, we continue to help our patients make the changes necessary to go about their daily lives safely and effectively.
The SpineCare program tracks and scores patients’ physical and emotional health conditions before and after their treatment. These scores reflect the outcome and quality of the care provided. View the SpineCare outcome report.
Read more about Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin quality of care.