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Fysiotherapeut of psycholoog?

  • A. J. A. Köke
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In de huidige richtlijnen (lage rug, whiplash, artrose heup-knie) van het KNGF is het kunnen opsporen van psychosociale risicofactoren of het toepassen van gedragsmatige principes een taak die een fysiotherapeut moet kunnen uitvoeren. De kennis en de vaardigheden die daarvoor vereist zijn, liggen echter niet direct binnen de huidige opleiding tot fysiotherapeut. De vraag is of dergelijke kennis en vaardigheden wel tot het takenpakket van een fysiotherapeut moeten (gaan) behoren. Moet een dergelijke aanpak niet aan de psycholoog worden overgelaten? Met andere woorden: schoenmaker blijf bij je leest!


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