For a limited time, TrackActive Pro is being offered for free, with no commitment, to any new users for 3 months. Enter the coupon code TELEHEALTH90 during the sign up process. This will provide a 100% discount on the first two months of your subscription in addition to the standard 30 day free trial period. There is no obligation and users can cancel at any time.
Why TrackActive Pro?
It’s Exercise Prescription and Patient Outcomes Software made easy.
TrackActive Pro is simple, secure and easy to use. At the forefront of innovation,
use technology to improve your practice.
With the help of a team of physiotherapists and occupational therapists in Australia and the UK, Ian Prangley has developed TrackActive Pro to ensure it meets the needs of busy practitioners.
TrackActive Pro gives you choices and flexibility on how to tailor
and send programs to your patients.
Built by a practitioner, for a practitioner.
Add and customize exercises to your patients individual needs
Programs are clear and easy to follow by your patients
Patient programs can be printed, emailed, viewed online or on the free patient app
Keep on top of your patients progress better than ever before through real-time Patient Reported Outcome Measures and symptom tracking
How does TrackActive Pro integrate with Cliniko?
We’ve joined forces with Cliniko to really empower your clinic.
Integration with Cliniko means your patients are displayed automatically in TrackActive Pro. All existing patients are synced with TrackActive Pro so if you create a new patient in Cliniko then it will display on your TrackActive Pro account straight away.
What will patients see?
Programs via the web or free iPhone and Android app!
Patients will see their program with your instructions and exercises in images and video on their phone. They can then view and log completion of their program on the app, or via web login and mobile web.
Any changes you make to their program will be automatically updated on the patient’s mobile application. Patients can easily log completion, record symptoms or program difficulty. So you and the patient have a record of their progress.