How do I interpret the FADI insights?

The Food and Ankle Disability Index (FADI) is a patient reported outcomes measure used to evaluate a patient’s degree of foot and ankle disability. It is scored on a scale of 0 to 104 with a score of 0 representing total foot and ankle disability and a 104 representing perfect foot and ankle health. Scores have been translated to percentages with 100% representing perfect foot and ankle health.

Baseline surveys are sent prior to the intervention for foot and ankle disability. In reviewing your physicians’ scores, you should expect to see a lower baseline score for patients followed by increasing scores with each subsequent administration point.