Injurymap is developed by experienced European specialist doctors. The app is CE marked as medical equipment at the Danish Medicines Agency. After a 14 day trial period, Injurymap costs 5€ per month via subscription.
Injurymap explained in one minute
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Frequently asked questions
How are the workout programs structured?
The workout programs pay careful consideration to the damaged tissue and seek to stimulate an optimal healing process. The programs always begin with exercises that focus on improving the patient's mobility, followed by balance and stability exercises. The difficulty of the exercises gradually increases every time the patient's feedback shows that he or she is ready for a more difficult exercise.
The final step in the workout programs is for the patient to perform strength exercises that ultimately enable him or her to return to work, sports, and other activities at a normal level.
Mobility exercises aim at maintaining as much mobility as possible in the first stages of the rehabilitation process. In addition, they are used to make the tissue more flexible and prepare it for subsequent training. It is similar to lubricating a bicycle chain, so it does not slip over if a joint is too rigid.
Stability exercises are extremely important and often forgotten. The exercises improve the balance of the body and control of the movements. This is comparable to a bicycle gear that is misaligned. The bike will run poorly regardless of the movement of the chain and the amount of force you apply.
Strengthening exercises raise the strength of the tissue. However, without proper movement and stability in place, it is not possible to perform the exercises correctly. If patients do not proceed with caution and wait to perform strength exercises until the end of their rehabilitation, they will be at risk of sustaining other injuries. Having an injury is the greatest risk factor leading to new injuries.
Stretches retain the movement and remove the tension from the tissue and stimulate the healing process.
How does Injurymap ensure that the patient returns to the doctor if problems arise during their workout?
Injurymap uses the patients' pain assessments to give them information about, when it may be relevant to contact a doctor.
When the patient train they are asked to assess how painful the exercises are after each completion. If a patient finds that an exercise was very painful, they get a message that gives them information about what danger signals they should be aware of. This helps ensure that the patient contacts his doctor if problems occur during the training.
Injurymap asks the patients to indicate their overall level of pain every week. If the general pain level increases a lot from one week to the next, Injurymap recommends the patient to consider consulting a doctor.
How does a typical recovery process with Injurymap look like?
The patients start with low load exercises. The exercises gradually become harder when the patients are ready for it. The speed of progress is unique as it depends on the patient's self-reported pain and difficulty levels to each exercise. The patients go through three phases that for most of them will take between 2 to 6 months. We encourage your patients to exercise 3 times a week either 10, 20 or 30 minutes.
Injurymap is targeted to patients with normal muscle and joint injuries, who can be helped with exercise therapy. The app covers the most common diagnoses in the following areas of the body:
- Lower back
- Achilles heel
- Arch tendon
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