Cvt mobility scale

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How do we measure the mobility. One simple answer of this is my gait assessment. Please find a tool that I found online and we were using it at the foundation.

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Cvt mobility scale

  1. 1. College For Vocational Training Physiotherapy Assessment FormName of the Trainee: Age: Gender- M/FDiagnosis: Date of assessment:Clinical Mobility ScaleOverview:A Clinical Mobility Scale can be used to assess a trainee’s degree of mobility over time.Parameters:(1) Upright posture(2) Walking(3) Gait(4) Sitting(5) Stair climbing(6) Hand-held appliances(7) Wheelchair(8) Time usageMobility Parameter Finding Rating 0 upright posture (how does not stand trainee functions with or without prosthesis) 1 stands only with personal assistance 2 stands with the assistance of a hand-held appliance (crutch cane walker) 3 stands without assistance 0 walking (how trainee does not walk functions with or without prosthesis) walks only with personal assistance 1 2 walks with the assistance of a hand-held appliance (crutch cane walker) 3 walks without assistance 1
  2. 2. 0gait (how patient walks slowly or not at allfunctions with or withoutprosthesis) Walk at a moderately slow pace 1 Walks briskly 2 Can jog or run 3 0sitting (how trainee sits only for short periods of time andfunctions with or without prefers to lie downprosthesis) 1 sits without discomfort for short 1 periods of time (1 hour) sits without discomfort for longer periods 2 of time (over 1 hour) sits without discomfort 3 0stair climbing (how cannot climbpatient functions with or stairswithout prosthesis) climbs stairs with assistance of another 1 person climbs stairs with assistance of hand rail 2 and/or crutches climbs stairs unassisted 3 0hand-held appliances cannot use crutches or cane(crutches and canes) 1 must use crutches 2 uses single crutch or cane or two crutches intermittently uses no hand-held appliance 3 2
  3. 3. 0 wheelchair moves with the aid of wheelchair most of time 1 moves with the aid of wheelchair only for long distances 2 occasionally uses wheelchair 3 never uses wheelchair 0 time usage spends most day in bed or on couch at home 1 spends most of day in chair at home 2 spends most of day ambulatory but confined to the house 3 spends most of day ambulatorymobility assessment score = (points for upright posture) + (points for walking) + (pointsfor gait) + (points for sitting) + (points for stair climbing) + (points for hand-heldappliances) + (points for wheelchair) + (points for time usage)Interpretation:• Minimum score 0 = least mobile• Maximum score 24 = most mobile Signature of PT 3

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