Physiotherapy - Based Measures (HINE, CHOP INTEND, HMFSE) for People with SMA and how they are used to Monitor Treatment Outcomes

02 September 2019

In this new article, our Clinical Care Research Correspondent, Dr Alex Murphy, summarises: the way some of the more commonly used physiotherapy-based outcome measures (i.e. HINE, CHOP INTEND, HMFSE) in SMA work; the research that shows how these measures would be expected to progress for those with SMA who have not accessed drug treatments. 

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