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Table 2 Demographical characteristics of children included in FYSIOPRIM

From: Profile of children referred to primary health care physiotherapy: a longitudinal observational study in Norway

Baseline PT-registrationa (n = 148) n (%)
Male sex 85 (57.4)
Age
 0–11 months 81 (54.7)
 1–2 years 25 (16.9)
 3–5 years 19 (12.8)
 6–8 years 8 (5.4)
 9–11 years 10 (6.8)
 12–16 years 5 (3.4)
Baseline parent-reportb (n = 101) n (%)
Living with both parents 91 (90.1)
Siblings 63 (62.4)
Child’s daily arena
 At home 62 (61.4)
 Kindergarten 25 (24.8)
 School 14 (13.9)
Born in Norway 99 (98.0)
Mother born in Norwayc 86 (86.0)
Father born in Norwayd 85 (85.0)
Mother with higher educatione 75 (75.0)
Father with higher educationf 67 (67.7)
Preterm born (before week 37) 22 (21.8)
Hospital services last 12 monthsg 25 (25.5)
Painh 15 (15.2)
  1. FYSIOPRIM Research program for Physiotherapy in Primary Health Care; PT Physiotherapist
  2. aRegistered by the physiotherapist at the first consultation
  3. bReported by the parents after the first consultation
  4. cMissing data for one mother
  5. dMissing data for one father
  6. eMissing data for one child
  7. fMissing data for two children
  8. gMissing data for three children
  9. hMissing data for two children, only reported proportion due to few children reporting pain