Is Primary Care Taking Full Advantage of Physical Therapy?

Is Primary Care Taking Full Advantage of Physical Therapy?

Publication date: Jun 06, 2019

Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Catherine Apicella, MPT, PYT-C, PRPC With less and less primary care physicians partnering with physical therapists, it’s time we ask: are we doing ourselves-and our patients-a disservice by not taking advantage of this option? To find out, Dr. Jennifer Caudle sits down with physical therapist Catherine Apicella to discuss the often-overlooked benefits of physical therapy and how primary care physicians and physical therapists can work together to benefit their patients.

Concepts Keywords
Acute Care Physical Therapy
Aging Pelvic floor dysfunction
Bladder Sexual dysfunction
Bridge Fecal incontinence
Carpal Tunnel Nebula joint disorder
Cloud Hip pain
Concussion Vertigo
Constipation Back pain
Differential Diagnosis Constipation
Dio Erectile dysfunction
Ejaculation Urge incontinence
Erectile Dysfunction Headaches
Fecal Incontinence Pain
Frequency Overactive bladder
Gosh Stress urinary incontinence
Hospital Imaging
Medicine Computing
MPT Medical specialties
Nebula Health
Neurologist Medicine
Neuropathy Therapy
Organ Physical therapy
Orthopedic 9
Overactive Bladder Pat
Pain Draft:Melissa Chase
Pediatrics
Pelvic Floor
Pelvic Pain
Physical Therapist
Physical Therapists
Physical Therapy
Physician
Postpartum
Primary Care
Primary Care Physician
Prolapse
Sexual Dysfunction
Siri
Sis
Sneezing
Stress Urinary Incontinence
Symptom
Urge Incontinence
Urinary Incontinence
Urine
Vertigo
War
Wella
Wine

Semantics

Type Source Name
gene UNIPROT TTK
gene UNIPROT PRNP
gene UNIPROT DBF4

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