Specialist Physiotherapy Assessments

Whether you have a sedentary, active or mobile workforce, we have assessments that can support you.

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Specialist Physiotherapy Assessments

PAM Physio Solutions have the ability to address any musculoskeletal injury through our musculoskeletal and physiotherapy assessments.

This includes bespoke assessments for unique job roles including police forces, fire and rescue and paramedics and also community healthcare, mental healthcare and retail and logistics. All sectors have specialised work tasks that need the assessor to truly understand the process and requirements of the responsibilities. Our dedication to providing a succinct and valuable outcome to support organisations in their processes and management is first rate.

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    Service delivery methods

    We work with organisations in all industry sectors to support the physical health of their employees by providing a range of Physiotherapy services in person, in clinic, online and via a dedicated helpline.

Features

  • Clinical specialists

    All our physiotherapists are members of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics (ACPOHE).

  • Tailored approach

    We work collaboratively with our clients to prevent generic assessing and reporting, but to provide true value and investment.

  • Stay-in-work focus

    Physio Solutions has the ability to address any musculoskeletal injuries, lower barriers to return to work, and enable employees back to full job role completion.

Health and work specialists

Based on our experience of working with employees in a wide variety of roles and working environments, we are able to provide appropriate support whether the organisation has a physically active workforce or has complex roles with fine dexterity requirements, sedentary roles, mobile workers, or a combination of them all, we can help with specialist assessments, reports and therapeutic interventions that are designed to support employees appropriately, reduce the risk of injury and achieve a return to work from absence.

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Physical Capability Assessment

Addressing your employees’ functional ability to complete intensive physical tasks now and in the future.
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Functional Capacity Evaluation

Functional Capacity Evaluation’s are a robust, statistical analysis of an individual’s capabilities physically. The outc…
Physiotherapist during the restrictive intervention course with an employee, service icon on the side.

Restrictive Intervention Assessment

We support organisations delivering specific courses in which employees are mandated to attend, to prevent danger and in…
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Workplace Ergonomic Assessment

A WpEA is an ergonomic assessment of ‘Applied Ergonomics’ or the design of a task. In these assessments, we are not indi…
A man driving a truck on the road after undergoing the vehicle assessment, with a service ion on the side.

Vehicle Assessment

HSE legislation applies to driving activities as it does to all other work activities and you, as an organisation, need…
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Specialist Physiotherapy Assessments FAQs

  • What does a musculoskeletal assessment involve?

    Assessment involves lots of talking about you; your condition or injury, how you did it, when you did it, what your symptoms are, what makes them worse, what makes them better, how you feel, what you want to gain from your appointments and what your day-to-day life is like. If necessary and appropriate, you may be invited to undergo a physical clinical examination, so we’ll need to observe movements, functions and maybe have a direct look at the injury or painful area of the body in itself.

  • What should I ask in a physiotherapy assessment?

    You should ask anything that you feel is relevant to your condition, what is going to happen with your treatment and what you should do next. You should never leave a consult with any uncertainties around.

  • What are red flag questions in a physio assessment?

    Red flags questions are questions asked by the physio during a consultation to discount sinister pathology or any underlying threatening conditions which may be contributing to or causing symptoms. Ruling out these urgent response conditions such as cauda equinea, cancer or blood clots can be lifesaving and cannot be missed

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