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PT-Helper consists of physical therapy and wellness exercises for the ankle, back, elbow, hip, knee, neck, shoulder and wrist. Keep your physical therapists assigned exercise program with you at all times by adding exercises into your Favorites list.
Download your physical therapist's prescribed exercises using the Therapist's Code provided to you by your therapist using PT-Helper CONNECT. Your assigned exercises will appear on the front page underneath your therapist's company name or logo.
Enabling Sync Results will send your completed exercise information back to your therapist to keep them informed on your progress.
PT-Helper helps you follow through with your home exercises for quicker recovery from your injuries and ailments with improved mobility.
Animated exercise programs to lead you through your Favorite exercises
Multiple illustrations within each exercise to clearly show proper exercise form
Written exercise description
Timers for hold and recovery times to pace your exercises
Repetition and Set counters
Add pictures or videos to prescribed exercises for unique exercise form instructions
Create your own list of Favorite exercises
Specify Hold, Recovery and Rest times for each exercise
Specify Repetitions, Sets, Weights, and Exercise Band color for each exercise
PT-Helper is designed to help you overcome these common issues with doing physical therapy exercises at home:
Losing your exercise papers and not remembering which exercises you need to do
Not understanding the exercise images that are part of the handout
Not having your exercise papers when you have time to do your exercises
Losing track of your repetitions
Losing track of how long to hold each set
PT-Helper does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physical therapist or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.
Bug fixes associated with using the phone/tablet camera to add pictures to Favorite and prescribed exercises.