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Standardized questionnaires to assess pain, disability and impact on the patient's ability to work, play and function in normal life

A thorough history of the painful condition that includes possible causes and influencing factors

A comprehensive physical examination that includes a standard neurologic screeining examination, special tests, and a repeated movements assessment

A review of any available imaging, reports from previous clinician's assessments

Where possible, a clinical diagnosis within a biopsychosocial framework

Advice on best and most appropriate conservative care options and referral to appropriate and accessible clinical resources

Referral to other specialists for diagnostic or therapeutic interventions as needed

A detailed report that is sent to the referring practitioner and any other destination required (like ACC) or desired by the patient

Treatment that requires specialized skill and experience: exercise, manual therapies, oversight of ongoing management as needed, reassessment and follow up as appropriate

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