An app to provide information for the self-management of back, neck, upper and lower limb joint pain or stiffness.
|Musculoskeletal MSK Self-Care||By Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust with LHIS|
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What does the app do?
This app aims to provide support and guidance for people with back, neck, upper limb and lower limb joint pain or stiffness as a result of injury or other causes. The home screen is divided into 4 body-part sections: back, neck, upper limb (shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist, fingers) and lower limb (knee, ankle, foot, leg, hip). Each section has further sub-sections:
- Info gives an overview of pain associated with that body part, symptoms, conditions and self-help advice.
- Leaflets links to leaflets and website giving details of different exercises.
- Videos has videos showing how to do different exercises.
✔ Site is straightforward to use.
✘ Only 2 website links available, despite advertising multiple links.
Date of review: August 2019
Platform reviewed: Apple
Download size: 27.1 MB
Updated on: 4/05/2019
- Adams J, Lowe W, Protheroe J, et al. Self-management of a musculoskeletal condition for people from harder to reach groups: a qualitative patient interview study. Disabil Rehabil. 2018 Oct 28:1-9.
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