Apart from seeing the inspiring results of our own patients, there is abundant research and literature validating the effectiveness of a functional restoration program.

Reduced Pain & Suffering

Restored Physical Function

Medication Optimization

Stress Management Skills


In one study evaluating the efficacy of a functional restoration program for patients with chronic low back pain, using overall disability and work ability as the primary evaluation criteria. Down below we’ve referenced two studies that showcase how effective a well-designed Functional Restoration Program can be for patients.

~67% of patients reported improvements and 64% had returned to work (1)

Compared to the year before the program, the number of sick leave days decreased by 51% (1)

Other literature shows that functional restoration has 75% - 88% return-to-work (“RTW”) rates (2)

(1): Beaudreuil J, Kone H, Lasbleiz S, Vicaut E, Richette P, Cohen-Solal M, Lioté F, de Vernejoul MC, Nizard R, Yelnik A, Bardin T, Orcel P. Efficacy of a functional restoration program for chronic low back pain: prospective 1-year study. Joint Bone Spine. 2010 Oct;77(5):435-9. doi: 10.1016/j.jbspin.2010.03.003. Epub 2010 Aug 21. PMID: 20729122.