How can I accurately measure my knee range of motion with Curovate? A Physical Therapy App for ACL and Knee Replacement.
How can you use the physical therapy app, Curovate, to accurately measure your knee range of motion? This article, written by a physical therapist, will explain how you can measure your knee range of motion at home.
How can I measure my knee range of motion at home after surgery or injury? How does measuring my knee range of motion with the Curovate app compare to a physical therapist measuring my knee?
Read the summary of our technical report published in the International Journal of Sport Physical Therapy comparing 4 mobile devices and a physical therapist measuring knee range of motion.
Comparing in-person physical therapy to video physical therapy in terms of cost, convenience and adherence. Is in-person physical therapy better than video-based physical therapy? How does video physical therapy compare to in-person physical therapy?
Have you ever tried video physical therapy? Did you know that there are multiple ways to approach your rehabilitation? In this blog we will compare traditional in-person physical therapy to video-based physical therapy in terms of effectiveness, convenience, cost, and adherence.
If I just had a knee replacement or hip replacement in Canada, how much publicly funded physical therapy do I receive? Isn't health care and physical therapy free in Canada?
In this blog, the authors discuss publically funded physical therapy in 5 provinces following knee replacement or hip replacement surgery. Implications and long-term health effects due to lack of funding are also discussed.
"The world is mobile and so are physical therapists!"
Mobile health technology is becoming a common way to access health care services all over the world. Physical therapists have embraced this change to help improve patient outcomes, improve access to physical therapy services and to reduce the administrate burden of providing quality patient care.
Why do I have to do so many Leg Raises after Knee or Hip Surgery?
The leg raise is an exercise that is prescribed after ACL surgery, total knee replacement and total hip replacement and often patients have to do this exercise for 10 repetitions, 3 sets, 3 times per day, EVERY DAY!! That's a lot of leg raises! Find out why you have to do so many
How to Use Crutches After an ACL Injury | Curovate
After surgery or injury you will need to learn how to safely use crutches to walk and use the stairs. Watch this simple video to help you learn how to use crutches. This video is particularly helpful after ACL injury or surgery, knee replacement and hip replacement.