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The recent lively debate in Physiotherapy surrounding the current narrative of 'harm' has perhaps made Roger Kerry's words "Will physiotherapy eat itself?" echo louder.
'Harm' has a range of definitions and thus, may be interpreted in a number of ways. This short presentation delves into the tiny amount of evidence and data behind the narrative of 'harm', and comes up with some surprising findings and a message for those purveyors of that narrative.
NOTE: The study quoted 'Lessons to Be Learned: A Retrospective
Analysis of Physiotherapy Injury Claims' from the Journal of orthopaedic & sports physical therapy volume 42 number 8 Aug 2012. is specific to the New Zealand ACC system.
The uniqueness of the data, which were derived from a no-fault treatment-claim system, precludes comparison with data from other classification systems used for adverse-reaction reporting