Category:Primary Contact

Within this compilation of pages you will be able to find all the information available relating to primary subjective and objective assessment, screening tools, differential diagnosis, adjunct medical interventions and specific physiotherapy treatment guidelines relevant to working within a primary contact role.

A primary contact physiotherapist is one who a patient seeks as their first point of contact for a problem; usually movement or pain related. It is the responsibility of the physiotherapist to provide comprehensive care to these patients'.

Primary contact physiotherapists can be found within all sectors of the profession depending on the country's health system. For example, in Australia, no referral or pre-assessment is needed to make an appointment to see a physiotherapist in private practice therefore that appointment will be the primary contact with the patient.


This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.




Pages in category "Primary Contact"

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 226 total.

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