Practice Management Software (PMS) is an increasingly common feature of the modern healthcare clinic, gym or training studio. Regardless of whether a clinic is moving from the traditional paper-based patient notes to a PMS, or changing the PMS they use; like any technology change these changes can come with some trepidation, flashbacks to Y2K and some good ol’ technophobic fear. So here’s 5 things to consider when moving to or changing PMS.
It is well accepted that the rotator cuff muscles of the shoulder are important in the prevention and rehabilitation of shoulder injuries. Among other mechanisms, these muscles may help to centre the humeral head in the glenoid and prevent superior migration during arm elevation. Furthermore, appropriate and progressive loading of the rotator cuff is a necessary stimulus for improving the health of pathological tendons.
As we have launched and are expanding a new online community for TrackActive users, we thought it timely to look at what makes for a successful online community and some real-world examples of this.
As humans we walk and run to get from A to B. We don’t jump like frogs or kangaroos.
If we were training and rehabbing frogs and kangaroos then double leg squats would probably be the exercise of choice.
However, we are bidpeds that walk and run. This involves a unilateral stance phase, where all load is taken through just one leg. When it comes to athletes, they almost always jump or change direction with the majority of their load on one leg. Think of a high jumper, a long jumper or a rugby player cutting back inside his opponent.
For any new subscribers to TrackActive that are current Cliniko users, we are offering a special deal on our TrackActive advertised monthly subscription. If you sign up before the 31st of March you will get 50% off your first 6 months. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can apply your discount.
TrackActive and Cliniko are integrated with each other, meaning that any patient details in Cliniko will sync automatically with your TrackActive account. This saves you time by not having to re-enter patient details in TrackActive.
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