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PhysioAdvisor Exercises

PhysioAdvisor Exercises

 

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***INTRODUCTORY SALE*** PhysioAdvisor Exercises is a professional and easy to use application, providing the user with a comprehensive range of Physiotherapy and Injury Rehabilitation Exercises designed by experienced Physiotherapists. Exercises have….. Read more

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Rated 3/5 based on 2 customer reviews.

 

3/5 stars
Lots of good stretches.

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This app is great in that it explains exercises for almost any part of the body you can think of. But that's all it has. Would get more stars if you could create a routine using the app (i.e if I want to work on my upper body, I could create a routine using several exercise, instead of having to search all around for them and then save it so I could come back and do it again).

3/5 stars
Good start but need a menu system

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The app is basically like 8 web pages that then requires lengthly scrolling in order to see what all the exercises are. It definitely needs a better menu system to direct the user to each exercise.

There is a menu system but it is far too broad and the initial menu has topics such as flexibility, massage roller, massage ball, strength of joints, strength of muscles...I'm a doctor so when I saw the strength of joints topic I had to sigh to myself as this is simply not correct. The only thing muscles do is move joints, so not sure what the distinction is between muscle and joint strength. This is concerning only because this is supposedly for PTs and other professionals.

It is also long on verbage rather than more succinct and to the point. It reads more like a textbook than what I thought would be flashcards with the meat.

A decent app for someone interested in rehab, but finding the info and exercise is a real drag. Great start but work on the nav and cut down the wording to bare bones to convey the most important aspects and how-to info.

Finally, on my wish list I'd love to be able to select exercises, which could then be emailed. Potentially a great patient education tool in that regard. As it stabds now i'd not recommend a patient buy this as, like this review, it is too long. Patient compliance would be zero.

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