Treating your patient with IQoro
This page gives an overview of the ways that you can use IQoro to treat your patient, and information on how to.
Treating patients using IQoro
There are different types of health professionals who are treating patients with IQoro. Independent SLTs in the UK were early adopters and more than 30 NHS Trusts deployed IQoro to some extent before prescription status in May 2022.
Where a patient is otherwise-fit, he or she should be able to train unaided and to master the technique merely from reading the enclosed user manual or the instructions on how to train with IQoro on our website.
The patient gets a comprehensive user manual provided with the device, and can also get support, instruction videos and a helpful FAQ at our website. There is also an app with support, training reminders and instructions.
How to introduce IQoro to a patient
Introducing IQoro to your patient of course includes explaining how IQoro can help the patient, and then demonstrating the use of IQoro.
To make this easier for you, we have created a guide that you may use as a support when explaining IQoro to your patient.
Who administers the IQoro training?
Where a patient is otherwise-fit, he or she should be able to train unaided and to master the technique merely from reading the enclosed user manual or the information on our website.
In some cases a patient may require assistance from a member of a MDT, but usually the assistant can be a carer, family or friend.
After a successful recovery
Even after recovering fully, it is often necessary for the patient to continue with a reduced, maintenance, training regime.
The amount of maintenance training needed differs from patient to patient. Some need to train once per day, some need to train a few times a week. If the symptoms recur, training more often is indicated.