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Physiotherapists

Too many report requests on your desk or simply don't like writing them? We can create a template. Let us help.

Clinicians new to the Profession

If you are new in clinical physiotherapy practice or just not confident about putting together a legal document. Let us help.

Lawyers/Clinic Directors

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The Process ...

When received, your clients physiotherapy file record will be carefully reviewed. Key elements are identified and a professional narrative generated. This draft template report will then be returned to you for final edits and submission once your review is complete.

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'What do I need to include??

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Clinical Chart note copies

All relevant pre, and current clinical chart records including intake and registration forms, specific injury/accident questionnaires, diagnostic imaging or other investigative reports (i.e. nerve conduction) surgical/procedural reports, specialist consultation reports, AB forms, medical updates/progress reports, discharge summaries. These should be in MS Word or .pdf format and organized chronologically or in separate folders as the case may be.

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Report Request by Third Party

Please include a copy of the written report request and any authorizations.

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Signed Service Agreement

Please include a copy of the signed service agreement authorizing Report Medics to prepare your document.

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Ross Kaplan Q.C. - McLeod Law LLP

After having had experience with the quality and consistency of the reporting over the past 25 years I have no hesitation recommending this service. Highly recommended.

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Without the quality and depth of the reporting for my lawyer my injuries would have never been fully appreciated in my settlement. Strongly recommend this service.

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Neuropathic Pain is present in Chronic Lower Back Pain and Soft-Tissue Syndromes!

March 20, 20231 min read

Neuropathic Pain

What all clinicians preparing reports for clients involved in significant that continue to have ongoing complaints of pain should be aware of are the research supporting prognostic conclusions. A study published in the Journal of Pain Medicine in January 2014 involved an extensive review of relevant references which included several online databases, independent studies, textbooks, and other printed reference materials dating back to 1966. They concluded there was consistent evidence in all methods used that neuropathic pain is present in chronic LBP and soft-tissue syndromes.

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The reported prevalence percentages by all methods are substantial. This has significant implications for the treatment of chronic LBP and soft-tissue syndromes. The full article can be found here https://academic.oup.com/painmedicine/article/15/1/4/1886719

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Scott Sherman B.Sc.P.T., B.S.P.E., F.C.A.M.P.T.

Certified Canadian Orthopaedic Manipulative Physiotherapist Gunn IMS Certified

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