As the quantity of assistance required has decreased, has shown an improvement in transfer capacity. Ambulated 75′ x 2 using a wheeled walker; minimal help was necessary for advancing the walker and verbal cueing for proper pattern. The patient rates the pain in his right knee as a 5/10 at rest and an 8/10 when active. Last night, the patient completed an unaided transfer in the restroom, according to the nursing staff. Has achieved the weekly goal of being able to move around in bed independently. The patient claims that pain alleviation remained for four hours after electrical stimulation was applied during the last intervention session. I’ll invite my wife to the next intervention session so she may see and help with the patient’s transfers. Patient can move up and down three steps with the use of a cane and one rail; operation is self-contained after initial instruction in proper technique. AAROM x 10 to L knee flexion/extension was performed; the patient required absolute help to complete the last 10 degrees of motion during the final three bouts of extension. Because the aim of independent transfer has not been attained, the patient may not be ready for d/c to a lower level of care. Will consult with a physical therapist to determine the need for joint mobilization treatments on the L shoulder. 1. Make a list of at least two questions that the PTA should consider in order to acquire enough information to write a comprehensive daily letter, based on the subjects listed below. a. Pain: b. Gait Training: c. Ice Packs: d. Transfers / bed mobility training: e. Exercises: f. Patient instructions: 3. Assume you’ve gotten “answers” to each of the queries you listed before. Choose two of the above interventions and organize the responses in a daily progress note’s Subjective (S) and Objective (O) sections: (S) (O) (S) (S) (S) (S) (S) (S) ( (O) 4. From the listed S and O above, write how you could reflect upon in the assessment section to demonstrate whether or not the patient is making improvements in his mobility.