Interview to Arturo Such: Clinical Reasoning in Digital Physiotherapy

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How do we use clinical reasoning in online physiotherapy?

We talk to the eminent Arturo Such about clinical reasoning applied to online physiotherapy. Don’t miss his opinion about the digitalization of the sector and his method to carry out complete anamnesis in telematic consultations!

What's inside?

A webinar about how to apply clinical reasoning in digital physiotherapy

How to make a correct anamnesis during a video call?

Videoconsultations and their potential for establishing remote treatment.

Digitalization vs. traditional model: what is the expert’s opinion?

Who is the webinar for?

For healthcare professionals

If you are a healthcare professional and want to understand how to maintain your methods of reasoning and protocols in digital physiotherapy, this webinar is for you.

Arturo Such: digital consultations, telematic treatments

A fundamental part of the choice of treatment, especially in digital physiotherapy, is the assessment of the patient and the consequent diagnosis of his or her illness. As Díaz Arribas et al. pointed out in 2005, physiotherapy is, like other health disciplines, “a science of probabilities and an art of managing uncertainty”.

Performing a thorough assessment will allow the health professional to formulate a hypothesis that will then be corroborated by his or her treatment. This will allow them to set goals that are concrete, achievable and beneficial to the patient.

Digital health technology offers a solution that uses digital outcomes to measure and monitor disease status and provide meaningful results for both patients and healthcare professionals. With concepts such as personalised and precision medicine at the forefront, the healthcare landscape is becoming increasingly digital (Rochester et al. 2020).

It is important for different medical disciplines to adapt to this model of care, which provides software-driven, evidence-based therapeutic interventions for the prevention and management of different pathologies.

Tools like TRAK, capable of monitoring a treatment remotely, establishing a direct contact channel between the patient and the physiotherapist and making an approximate assessment of the patient’s sensations and joint range, allow physiotherapy treatment to be personalised and universalised and to be available anytime, anywhere.


Remote rehabilitation service

Implementing a remote rehabilitation model can be really complicated if we are not used to using remote tools. That is why one of our objectives as a company is to help different health centres, from hospitals to clinics, to implement a working methodology that is in line with the use of digital applications.

Hybrid rehabilitation

This working model is the most popular in terms of working with digital tools because it allows the combination of traditional physiotherapy and the use of remote rehabilitation.

We propose an initial interview via video call so that the patient does not need to be present at your centre. In this interview, the patient’s file should be completed and their medical history established, as well as the possible mechanism of injury. A good clinical history is essential to establish appropriate treatment.

You can then be summoned for a consultation to carry out an exhaustive assessment of your case and establish the treatment and a work methodology with the exercise protocols of our platform.

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