New Rehabilitation Software Answers the Challenges Facing Practitioners
Chiropractors, osteopaths and physiotherapists are becoming increasingly aware of the need to include rehabilitation protocols into their treatments, and to monitor the effectiveness of it with outcome measures. The new rehabilitation software provides by erepsonline answers that challenge.
Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) June 30, 2014
Practitioners of physical therapies are becoming increasingly aware of the need to include rehabilitation protocols into their treatments. The evidence is clear, that approaches utilising rehabilitation and exercise therapy consistently achieve better patient outcomes than those that do not.
Chiropractors, osteopaths and physiotherapists are facing the challenge that for busy practitioners, prescribing such programs becomes difficult, as well as utilising best practice by monitoring treatment results through outcome measures.
erepsonline answers this challenge by providing practitioners with a simple online system for prescribing exercises and rehabilitation programs, while at the same time providing easy mechanisms for charting progress through scientifically validated outcome measures.
In addition to providing the ability to easily print customised exercise sheets for patients, erepsonline allows practitioners to email the exercises directly to patients.
The rehabilitation protocols provide clear criteria to progress to the next phase to enable practitioners to judge the patient's progress and ensure that their patients are proceeding at the correct rate.
Many practitioners who utilise outcomes measures in their practice – such as orthopaedic and neurosurgeons – will find that erepsonline's ability to email outcome measures directly to patients for completion is a real time saver for them and their staff. Once the outcome measure is completed the results are automatically calculated within the software for the practitioner to view.
The creator of erepsonline, Dr. Brett Jarosz, is a sessional lecturer in Exercise Therapy and Rehabilitation, as well as Advanced Rehabilitation at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. His background ensures there is a strong evidence base to the exercises and protocols within erepsonline. It also ensures that the materials within the software is constantly being updated to reflect changes in the science of rehabilitation.
This continual evolution of the system answers one of the biggest challenges facing practitioners of all disciplines – keeping abreast of the literature and advances in rehabilitation science. Users of erepsonline can be sure they are prescribing the latest evidence based care for their patients.
erepsonline will be opening to a limited group of selected practitioners soon. To register your interest for this initial launch and to be notified when it becomes available for general release click here.
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