Why you should look into an exam for physiotherapies
A life-changing diagnosis can be life-saver.
It’s a life-saving diagnosis, no matter what you’ve been through.
It can save your life.
It doesn’t have to be painful.
What it can do is change how you think about the process of being a physiotherapist.
We know physiotherapy is a very effective therapy, but we know it’s a very powerful therapy.
So why don’t we offer a physiotherapy exam?
Well, that’s because it’s not about the outcome.
What we’re looking for is a clinical assessment, so that we can assess whether there are any clinical issues that need to be addressed.
And that’s what we offer in the exam.
There are two types of exams that you can get in the same day.
The first one is an assessment, and the second one is a physiological examination.
Both are valid.
So, what’s the difference between an assessment and a physiologic examination?
An assessment is about whether you’re in a good place to continue with your assessment.
So the first one that you do, you look at your physical, emotional and cognitive health.
That’s about your physical health.
What are you doing right now?
Are you feeling good?
Are your muscles and joints strong?
Are there any symptoms that you’re having?
Are they related to your illness?
There are a lot of different things that you need to get checked.
So you have to ask these questions, and then you’ll be able to decide whether to continue or not.
So what are some things that can happen if you get a bad assessment?
You may get a diagnosis of an underlying condition, such as diabetes, which is a condition that causes weight gain.
So if you are overweight, you could have a high risk of developing diabetes, or you could develop type 1 diabetes, and that could cause other health problems.
And if you’re obese, you may have cardiovascular problems.
You may have some symptoms, such a heart attack, which can be a real problem.
If you’re a bit of a risk, then you may want to see a physiologist.
That may mean going into a physical therapy room, or going to the physiotherapy clinic, which might involve you having your physical therapist come in and assess you.
You might need a physiology examination.
So it’s really important to do it in the early stages.
So we can see how you’re feeling.
We have a whole range of assessments, and they’re all valid.
If we can give you the best assessment, then we can help you decide whether you want to continue your assessment or not, so you can decide whether or not you want a physiologically examination.
If there are no issues in your physical or mental health, and you’ve made a decision to go to a physiologists appointment, then that is valid.
In other words, you’ve got your decision made.
And then you’re just going to go and see the physiotherapy team, and we’ll see if that’s going to be a good option for you.
So then we’ll give you a recommendation, and if it’s the best option for your situation, then the next step is for you to go for that appointment.
If it’s no option for that reason, then there’s an option to have a physiographic examination.
And you’re going to have to have that physiotherapy appointment in your home, because we can’t give you an assessment that you’ve had in the home.
If the physiologists assessment was good enough, then it’s good enough for you, but if it wasn’t, then they’ll have to assess you again.
So they’re going through your records and looking for any clinical problems that you might have.
And so you’ll have an opportunity to speak to your family, or your doctor, and your physiotherapy team.
So again, it’s up to you.
It’s a process.
But in the end, the physiologist will assess you to determine whether you should continue.
If, however, the assessment wasn’t good enough or there was a clinical problem, then if it doesn’t work for you and you feel you need a different approach, then I think there’s another option for the physiographer to look at.
And in that case, then what you’ll do is go back to your doctor for further consultation.
So in this case, you’ll then have a referral to see the specialist physiotherapy provider, who will be able see you in a more structured way.
So I think that’s the right way to go.
So if you’ve experienced any symptoms, if you have any underlying conditions, or if you need further assessment, we’ll be very happy to help you make the right decision.
Well, I appreciate your support, so I’m very happy that you’ll continue to go back for further assessment.