Having spent over 20 years as a physiotherapist, I remember the initial problems experienced by patients and healthcare professionals in ensuring an effective joined up approach to rehabilitation.
This was especially noticeable as patients moved between stages of recovery in acute centres and then on to rehabilitation in the community. This gave rise to the initial concept of the Rehabilitation Prescription (RP) a decade ago.
Having since retrained as a serious injury lawyer, I see similar issues still affecting my clients today.
The RP should set out exactly what treatment is required for an individual in the aftermath of a serious injury, a bespoke approach to each patient’s specific needs.
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