A quick note on the fastest way of finding the exercises and injury you wish to use to create an Injury Profile and Exercise template.
The Fastest way to search is to enter the body part or name of an exercise or injury into the Search box (part of the exercise or Injury name will work too). For example- if your client has lower back pain and you suspect a Lumbar disc problem, either enter “lower back”, “Lumbar” or “Disc” into the search box and you will have those injuries tagged with your search termto choose from.
• Once you have selected the appropriate Injury type we will automatically open the exercise and advice library for you. You may find all the exercises you need straight away, otherwise you can start your search again by entering a new search term.
• As we know, it is always best to diagnose a patient first! Therefore the first time you perform any search we will always look in the injury type library first. Once an injury or exercise is added to your patient’s template we will always default to look in the exercise and advice libraries.
All exercises and injuries are placed in categories called “Tags”. The “Tags” are words associated with each exercise or injury. Most will have multiple “Tags” as they may fit into many categories. This is to enable you to search for what you need quickly and to allow you to view large groups of exercises or injuries.
You can refine the library by selecting “Tags”. You can select multiple tags and search within a tagged range.
• For example the Tag “Post Injury Rehab” encompasses all exercises related to some form of rehabilitation protocol either post surgical, eccentric loading or other scientifically validated exercise regime for recovery. If you have performed a search for a body region or selected a tag and want to find exercises that specifically relate to a rehabilitation protocol then select “Post Injury Rehab” to find exercises that are in current best practice to rehabilitate in that particular search.
Remember to refine your search either by selecting more tags, deselecting tags or searching within a tagged range. That way you will always be able to find what you need quickly.
• Once you have performed a search you can use the tabs to look in various libraries.
The Injury Type tab displays only injuries.
The Library tab has all the exercises and advice relating to your search.
The Popularity tab displays the exercises in your search in order of community usage.
The Advice tab displays common advice relating to your search.
The MyFav’s tab displays your favourite exercises. The exercises displayed in this tab will always be there and are not filtered with your search queries.
The MyEx's tab displays all exercises created by you or any one else at your practice who has decided to share their exercises with you.