Empowering patients with knee pain to
take an active role in their healthcare journey
“Our medical culture has historically been one of assumed benevolence—that the doctor knows what is best for the patient. But it is not possible for me, as a doctor, to know what is best for my patients. The shared decision making process creates the structure for critical conversations to occur so that patients receive the treatment they want based on their personal values and preferences.”
–Mary I. O’Connor, MD
*The Movement is Life Shared Decision Making tool is an educational tool. Information contained on this site and with this shared decision making tool is intended for educational purposes only, and should not be substituted for medical advice from a doctor or healthcare provider.