manuelletherapie 2019; 23(05): 215-218
DOI: 10.1055/a-1031-4342

Chancen für die Adhärenz – die Patientenperspektive

Jeannette Saner


Laut Studien liegt die Adhärenz von Patienten für Eigenübungen unter 50 Prozent. Als Therapeuten müssen wir diesem ernüchternden Ergebnis aber nicht hilflos gegenüberstehen. In Interviews geben Patienten klare Hinweise darauf, was sie in der Therapie benötigen, um auf lange Sicht die Übungen auszuführen. Wir sollten auf sie hören.

Publication History

Article published online:
19 December 2019

© Georg Thieme Verlag KG
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