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Reassessment or Program Review 506

3. Reassess and Review Program

  • 1 h
  • From 190 Australian dollars
  • Samuel Street

Service Description

This reassessment or program review is indicated when: – The client has been in active rehabilitation for at least six weeks; and further treatment is likely; and/or – There are new clinical findings that might affect ongoing treatment; and/or – There is a rapid change in the client's status and/or – There is no response to current therapeutic interventions. A reassessment/program review is a comprehensive assessment including: – All components of the initial consultation – A review of the client's progress based on established objective measures a recommendation for future treatment and management strategies to assist the client to return to sport or work. A reassessment/program review may include referral recommendations to other practitioners, a change in therapy direction or a change on outcome direction requiring a new return to sport or work goal. The client's prior approval is required before a reassessment/program review is undertaken. The physiotherapist will submit a HHMP following the reassessment. Check with the therapist for individual requirements in relation to the PMP. A reassessment/program review is not required: – During routine reassessments as part of each treatment consultation – Where the client is already on a clear management plan and is progressing as expected – Following postoperative protocols – Where a rehabilitation program extends beyond the reassessment period – Where the treating practitioner assesses the client and recommends continued or more specific treatment and it is agreed.

Contact Details

  • 48 Samuel Street, Camp Hill QLD, Australia


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