RehabCare Advantage in their post shares a list of apps appropriate for patients’ personal use during and after rehabilitation. Some of the apps listed include:
- Dragon Dictation
- My Pain Diary
- My Fitness Pal
Read their news for more apps and information at the links above.
Have you used these apps? Share any that you have successfully used!
In this final post in our series on mobile applications in therapy, we are highlighting apps for patients’ personal use that meet various needs during and after rehabilitation.
A recent study from Australia’s Royal Rehabilitation Centre found that mobile app users had fewer memory failures. The researchers raised another excellent point: With such high usage of mobile devices, therapy patients do not feel different from anyone else when they use them. Whether your patient needs help with remembering, communicating or exercising at home, there is indeed an app for that.
- FORCE Mobile: Patients can access hundreds of professionally produced videos of physical therapy exercises with instructional voice over. Users may save their favorite videos in a playlist. Advance for PT & Rehab reviewer Lisa Mueller, DPT, said the image quality is clear and that the exercises are well performed. Watch six videos for free. Available for $4.99/month…
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