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Month: November 2008

Part 2: Are All Physical Therapists the Same

In the first post I made an argument that treatment variability was not necessarily a bad thing all of the time. The caveat is, I feel, that variation in clinical reasoning should not exist. In the first post I discussed how many therapists differ in their explanations of WHY they do what they do. This is bad variation. In this post I’ll talk about the 2nd caveat for appropriate variation, which is that the therapist should always have the consent of the person they intend to treat. You should not… Read more Part 2: Are All Physical Therapists the Same