Physiotherapy is used to treat, rehabilitate and prevent injuries and pain in joints and muscles. eClinic collaborates with Injurymap to offer digital physiotherapy, where you can get an exercise program tailored to your pain and injuries.
Physiotherapy can be used to treat both acute and chronic ailments.
Pain is the body's way of telling us that something is not right. In the long run, these pains can get worse, spread further, and affect our quality of life.
Therefore, it is important to treat the pain and injuries you have, so that you can have a better everyday life.
Physiotherapy is about working with the body and movement to promote good health. Physiotherapy can prevent and treat injuries that cause pain and / or impaired function of the musculoskeletal system.
Prior to treatment, the problem area is mapped.
In Injurymap, this mapping takes place by choosing which area you have problems with, and entering information about the pain and ailments associated with this. Sounds interesting you can order subscription (6 months, can be renewed in the app).
The goal of treatment is for the patient to develop, regain or maintain their ability to function. In addition, it is a goal in itself that the patient should actively contribute to improving their own health.
Physiotherapy can be a topical treatment method for people of all ages. Physiotherapists often collaborate with other health professionals.
Physiotherapy can help you with this
Reduce or eliminate pain: Exercises and manual therapy techniques such as joint and soft tissue mobilization or treatments such as ultrasound, kineseotaping or electrotherapy (performed by a physiotherapist) can help relieve pain and restore muscle and joint function to reduce pain. The treatment can also prevent the pain from returning.
Injurymap can help you treat various joint and muscle ailments and rehabilitate the problem area.
In addition to this, physiotherapy can be used in many other contexts, for example to increase mobility, prevent or rehabilitate sports injuries and in interdisciplinary treatment courses. However, this is outside Injurymap's treatment area.
This is how Injurymap works
With Injurymap you get an exercise program that is adapted to your injury and your body. You get help to stay motivated throughout the treatment process. And all you need to complete the application is a smartphone.
For the first time in history, it is possible to analyze training data collected from thousands of people, and to use this knowledge to create effective and personalized rehabilitation programs.
The goal of Injurymap is to give everyone access to the best possible help and support through the rehabilitation process.
To do this, a combination of technology and medical knowledge is used.
Get your active lifestyle back with the help of physiotherapy
We all depend on our body to do the things we love to do.
When the body is functioning properly, we tend to take it for granted. More often than we may think, we get various ailments and pains that require a little more attention.
In fact, pain in the muscles and scales is one of the most common reasons why we see a doctor. And it is quite logical, if we think about how much our body does for us in a day.
It sits with us at the office desk, endures the last kilometer of the run, and still has the strength left to spend time with those we love.
Exercise is a very important part of the treatment. However, for most people it is difficult to find the right exercises. In addition, there are honestly very few who are in enough physical activity.
Therefore, Injurymap was created. It makes it easier for you to treat your muscle and joint pain with the help of physiotherapy when you need it. That way, you can focus on taking back your active lifestyle.
A personal plan
With Injurymap you can be assigned a training program that is adapted to your injury and your body. And you do not have to spend time and energy remembering when and how to do your exercises.
Injurymap contains a library with over 500 different exercises. All exercises have been selected and approved by Injurymap's medical specialists. The medical algorithm ensures that you always train at the level you are at. As you get better, your exercises will change. The app will also warn you if any of your feedback gives cause for concern.
At present, treatment is offered for 76 common diagnoses. Injurymap can be used to treat ailments and pain in the neck, shoulder, elbow, back, hip, knee, Achilles, ankle and arch of the foot.
So far, Injurymap's users have completed over 40.000 exercises. Data from the app is analyzed and used to develop effective and personalized rehabilitation programs for our users.
Rehabilitation is fun
It can be difficult to keep yourself motivated if you train alone. Therefore, in Injurymap you can easily enter your own goals, and keep track of your progress. This makes it more motivating to do physiotherapy.
Injurymap celebrates your victories with you, and ensures that you are made aware of both small and large improvements.
In the app, you can follow how many of the training sessions you have performed each week, and you also get a graph of how the pain develops or improves. The graph is based on your own feedback in the app.
You can also see how far you have come in the program, where a percentage progress is shown for each of the 3 phases of the program.
Easy access for everyone
Although no two bodies are alike, our bodies function quite similarly. All people are made up of the same muscles, tendons, and bones. Therefore, we all benefit from doing the same exercises when we have pain in joints and muscles.
Injurymap is used by everything from top athletes to the elderly who want to continue to go long walks without pain.
Injurymap was developed to give everyone an opportunity to receive proper guidance and support to carry out physiotherapy exercises at home.
The team behind Injurymap
Today, the team consists of Injury map of 11 people from 5 different countries. The medical team is led by the experienced rheumatologists and Injurymap co-founders Finn Johanssen and Pierre Schydlowsky.
The goal is for everyone to have access to good treatment for muscles and joints through technology.