Let's begin with the problem:

Did you know that still today, the vast majority of health professionals use a pen and paper to prescribe rehabilitation exercises to their patients? That paper is often lost, resulting in poor exercise retention, and indirectly to reduced rehabilitation speed.

Our solution:

While the patient is executing his exercise correctly in front of him, the physical therapist takes out his smartphone and films the patient using his device camera. The patient then receives a very simple link via email. That link gives the patient access to his video, embedded in a highly professional page customized with the clinic’s colors and logo. According to tests conducted in clinical settings, sending an exercise can be done in less than 15 seconds.

Why not use the native camera from my phone?

An excellent question: why wouldn’t I use my phone camera and send the video via email instead of using Phydeo? The answer has both a legal and practical side. First, from a ...
Let's begin with the problem:

Did you know that still today, the vast majority of health professionals use a pen and paper to prescribe rehabilitation exercises to their patients? That paper is often lost, resulting in poor exercise retention, and indirectly to reduced rehabilitation speed.

Our solution:

While the patient is executing his exercise correctly in front of him, the physical therapist takes out his smartphone and films the patient using his device camera. The patient then receives a very simple link via email. That link gives the patient access to his video, embedded in a highly professional page customized with the clinic’s colors and logo. According to tests conducted in clinical settings, sending an exercise can be done in less than 15 seconds.

Why not use the native camera from my phone?

An excellent question: why wouldn’t I use my phone camera and send the video via email instead of using Phydeo? The answer has both a legal and practical side. First, from a legal standpoint, a health professional cannot collect and keep sensitive information about patients on his personal device. Then, on the practical side, most programs contain 3 to 5 exercises, which would result in a gigantic email that may never reach the patient’s inbox. There’s also the branding aspect, which requires programming skills when done through a regular email.
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