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A guide on physiotherapy in general practice

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, RCGP and BMA have produced guidance on implementing and evaluating physiotherapy in general practice

Read the guidance for England here

 

Read the guidance for Wales here

 

 

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  • can't see any comments on how opening up demand brings more patients out of the woodwork. their example of 22 week pathway streamlined to 6 weeks doesn't seem to take account of the fact that more patients' problems will resolve if they wait for longer (key NHS tactic) or that more patients will present if they think something can/will be done. "Demand" and "need" are not absolutes - they vary with availability, too.

    repeatedly over 30+ years have seen good ideas founder because they're insufficiently resourced to cope with the demand they unleash

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