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Table 3 Effects of physiotherapists’ interprofessional practices

From: Interprofessional practices of physiotherapists working with adults with low back pain in Québec’s private sector: results of a qualitative study

Positive effects Negative effects
   - Self-management    - Pain management
   - Sense of being “taken care of”    - Patient reactions
   - Confidence in providers
   - Timing and quality of recovery
   - Timing of interventions
   - Whole-person consideration
   - Harmonization of messages    - Provider reactions and interactions
   - Stimulation, peer-support, reassurance, pleasure, satisfaction
   - Knowledge acquisition
   - Performance    - Referrals (loss and over-referral)
   - Referrals
   - Knowledge and credibility of physiotherapy profession