The BeST intervention has already been incorporated into NICE guidelines.

We anticipate with the publication of another definitive study based on the CLAHRC’s iBeST work, the demand for BeST will continue to strengthen, encouraging NHS therapy services to adopt BeST at the expense of costlier and less effective alternatives, saving commissioners and the NHS a substantial amount of money.

This training will continue to be provided free of cost to NHS practitioners, supported by a business model of providing iBeST at a cost to people working outside of the NHS (e.g. private physiotherapists or healthcare services in other countries), which may allow iBeST to become self-sustaining in the future.