Students must acquire the practical knowledge related to assessment in physiotherapy in the clinical setting. These contents are related to the CIF, based on an integral model of functioning, disability and health. It consists of three essential components. The first of these, bodily functions and structures, has to do with physiological / psychological functions and anatomical elements, and it is their absence or alteration that we conceive as deficiencies in functions and structures. The second component, the activity, refers to the individual execution of tasks and the difficulties that a person has to perform them are the limitations. The third component, participation, refers to the unfolding of social situations and the problems that the individual experiences in such development constitute the restrictions.