With the agreed pathway set out, and all the information act our disposal, it is time for us to create the plan. This will be specific to your current context, not only pain and pathology status but access to equipment, time constraints and other lifestyle and environmental factors.
Outlining our plan, and methods of monitoring is extremely important as this process is a two-way street and your input is as important as ours. A large part of our journey is, in fact, education. What this means is that we encourage questions, because making you understand our thought processes can improve compliance as well as outcomes. You become more responsible and understanding of your program, feeling like your aiming a specific target rather than shooting into the dark.