Traditional physiotherapy appointments are being disrupted by the spread of COVID-19 and the adoption of social distancing practices.
Many people rely on regular physiotherapy appointments for therapeutic exercise, the treatment of pain and physical dysfunction, and advice on how best to prevent and manage musculoskeletal conditions.
Phyx, released today on the App Store, contains a range of physiotherapy tools that can be used at home to prevent and treat common conditions.
Download the app, then select the body part that you’d like to treat from the model.
Phyx will generate a prescription that includes therapeutic exercise progressions, modifications to movement and posture, and helpful FAQs designed to enable you to prevent and treat aches, pains, and injuries.
As your health improves, Phyx will keep track of your pain, strength, and mobility levels and encourage you to log your progress in a weekly journal.
Make a tele-health appointment
Phyx makes it easy to get in touch with a clinician remotely. Use the app to arrange a video consultation with a physiotherapist who can provide a diagnosis, professional advice, movement analysis, and a home exercise program to treat your condition.