Physitrack and PhysiApp are companion apps for home exercises. Physitrack is the clinician portal and PhysiApp is the patient portal.
|Physitrack and PhysiApp||By Physitrack Limited|
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|Cost||Clinician: The cost is $13.99 a month at the time of writing. Full video consultation features starts at an extra $15.29 a month.
Patient: Access is free.
What does the app do?
Physitrack and PhysiApp are companion apps:
- Physitrack is the clinician portal and is available on web and Apple only
- PhysiApp is the patient portal and is available on web Android and Apple.
Physitrack enables clinicians to prescribe exercises for their patients and to monitor their progress remotely. Clinicians can select and combine exercises, pre-made templates, educational content and outcome measurements into an exercise prescription programme for sending digitally to their patients or generating as a PDF.
Through the PhysiApp portal, patients can access the exercises prescribed to them by their healthcare provider. They can follow along with the exercises in their app, which has an integrated timer, and give feedback to the clinician for each individual exercise. The videos are well narrated with detailed descriptions and videos of how to perform them correctly. For the complete app description, go to the app website, PhysiTrack or PhysiApp or, for a more detailed review, see Reviews.
✔ The clinician can select and combine exercises, premade templates, educational content and outcome measurements into an exercise prescription programme for sending digitally or generating as a PDF.
✘ The patient portal PhysiApp is available on Android but has multiple reports of bugginess, including in our own testing.
Date of review: January 2021
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