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Episode 361 - Brian Sorensen: PTs in Primary Care; A Listeners Reaction

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In episode 361 we wrap up our discussion on the topic of Physios in Primary Care and I’m joined by Mr Brian Sorensen, a physiotherapist in Aalborg, Denmark. We’re chatting about the past 3 episodes - our reactions, our similar and different opinions on this topic. This week on MCF.

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