The following apps for shoulder exercises have been reviewed. These apps are best used under the guidance of your physiotherapist or doctor.
|Physitrack and PhysiApp are companion apps for home exercises. Physitrack is the clinician portal and PhysiApp is the patient portal.
An app to provide information for the self-management of back, neck, all upper limb and all lower limb joint pain or stiffness.
Timer and counter app for physical therapy to keep track of your exercise and assist you by counting reps and sets.
Other apps you may find useful
- Pain management apps: Apps that can support you to manage your pain. Some apps provide education while some have a pain diary for you to keep track of your symptoms. Read more about pain management apps.
- Sleep apps: Some help you track your sleep habits, similar to a sleep diary, and help you develop good sleep routines, while others try to assist you to fall asleep by using calming visual graphics and relaxing music. Read more about sleep apps.
- Breathing, meditation and mindfulness apps: These apps teach you about breathing, meditation and mindfulness techniques. This can help reduce tension, stress and anxiety. Read more about breathing, meditation and mindfulness apps.
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