Introduction: The healthcare system is performed on three levels: primary, secondary and tertiary. Physiotherapy is also carried out on all three levels. Providers of physiotherapy at the primary level are part of a network of public health services and work according to the agreements they have with the Health Insurance Institute (HII). Objectives: The purpose of the work is in-depth statistical analysis of data on the number of cases dealt with individual providers of physiotherapy at the primary level, and to check availability of physiotherapy services. Methods: The literature was searched in Cobiss and PubMed. The legal basis and general arrangements were also examined. The data used for the statistical analysis was summarized from the websites of the Health Insurance Institute of Slovenia. Statistical methods used are a degree of centrality and variability, percentage and T- test for independent samples. Results: Total of 161 412 treatments have been made by 506,61 physiotherapists. At the national level, a single program covers 4.043 insured individuals on average, between regional unites significant differences occur. Approximately 49% of treatments were made by health care centers. Planned number of treatments was reached by 42 % of the providers. Minimal number of treatments was reached by 85 % of the providers. T - Test showed that the size of the team does not affect the number of treatments. Discussion and conclusion: Physiotherapy activity at the primary level is not evenly distributed within Slovenia. The second hypothesis was rejected; the most treatments were made by health centers. Planned number of treatments was not reached by more than half of providers; the minimum number of treatments is accessible. Providers with numerous teams do not reach a greater number of treatments.