The study examined the Bahamian physiotherapists’ perception of the usefulness of radiological imaging in physiotherapy practice and to evaluate their perceived level of confidence to use such imaging in the management of their patients.
Objective: This study explored Bahamian physiotherapists’ perception of the usefulness of radiologic imaging in physiotherapy practice and to evaluate their self-reported level of confidence in viewing and interpreting these images. Associations between academic qualification, sector of practice and confidence were also examined.
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