Independent Physiotherapy Evaluation

An Independent Physiotherapy Examination comprises a review of the musculoskeletal system in order to determine the presence of an accident-related impairment with a specific view to determining the reasonableness and necessity of treatment proposals or making recommendations for reasonably required physical modalities for the claimant’s recovery, if indicated. The evaluation is based on a historical interview, objective measurements, and physical testing. Typical examinations can include the following: gait observation and comment, muscle strength, recruitment, flexibility evaluation, coordination testing, joint assessment, nerve function and sensitivity, and soft tissue examination.

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