A physiotherapist gathers information and puts it together into a diagnosis for proper management of results.  Questions are important to determine the location, type of pain and the level of pain a client may be experiencing.

Have you ever wondered why the physiotherapist asks you questions like, “is the pain in the morning, the evening, or at night?”

Or,  “is the pain sometimes sharp, or sometimes dull?”

Or,  “do you experience pain that is sometimes obvious during a movement, or after a movement?”

The questions are helping the physiotherapist to provide the client with a tailor made rehabilitation programme based on a solid diagnosis.