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Chapter 02: The Role of the Physical Therapist Assistant in Physical Assessment
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. Which health care provider is defined as “a technically educated health care provider who
assists the physical therapist in the provision of select PT interventions?”
a. Physical therapist assistant (PTA)
b. Physical therapist (PT)
c. Nursing assistant
d. Medical doctor
ANS: A
This is the definition of the PTA as defined by the Guide to Physical Therapy Practice (2nd
Ed.).
REF: P. 14
2. Which of the following is the responsibility of the PT alone?
a. Observation
b. Assessment
c. Examination
d. Evaluation
ANS: D
Evaluation is the specific process reserved solely for the PT, in which clinical judgments are
made from this base of data obtained during the examination.
REF: P. 14
3. Which of the following statements is NOT included in the Clinical Performance Instrument
(CPI) by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) related to the PTA’s role?
a. Participates in patient status judgments within the clinical environment based on
the plan of care established by the PT.
b. Obtains accurate information by performing selected data collection consistent
with the plan of care established by the PT.
c. Discusses the need for modifications to the plan of care established by the PT.
d. Makes clinical judgments based on the assessment and examination of the patient.
ANS: D
It is the role of the PT to make clinical judgments based on the assessment and examination of
the patient.
REF: P. 14
4. In the Normative Model of PTA Education (2007), which of the following is NOT an expected
performance theme?
a. Interventions
b. Communication
c. Diagnosis
d. Resource management