NewGrad Physio: ‘3 Tips To A Better Subjective Assessment’

If you get to the end of the subjective assessment and you do not have a firm hypothesis of what might be happening, then something has gone wrong.

Even with complex cases, or patients with more than one issue, you should be able to identify a probable cause of the patients problem…

Then you can use your objective assessment to prove or disprove this cause.

The subjective is so important, probably the most important part of what you do as a therapist, because everything else you do after this is reliant on a good subjective assessment.

But it is something that many new grads struggle with.

In this week’s podcast discover 3 tips to help you nail your subjective assessment to ensure you find the right patient problem, so you can progress with the confidence you are treating the right thing.

Enjoy the show!

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