Mavenlive, a physical therapy documentation company highlights how cloud-based software can help in prescribing exercises.
Online PR News – 22-September-2011 – – WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA - Efforts have been made for some time to improve the way physical therapists prescribe rehabilitation and sports injury prevention exercises, and Prognition Corp. approaches this topic with Mavenlive, a physical therapy documentation software.
The creators of Mavenlive are using National Physical Therapy Month in October to showcase how its pt exercise software can simplify the way they prescribe by offering automation and individualized patient assessments.
"Prognition Corp. has developed technologies for exercise prescription that allow information to be stored and recalled accurately and easily," said Dr. Jay Winburn, president of Prognition. With Mavenlive exercise software physical therapy clinics access information using a cloud-based system. "Detailed descriptions of how to perform exercises correctly is critical to the success of any program. With point-and-click technology physical therapists can edit, add or create prescribed exercises based on the patient evaluation."
Physical therapy practice management software (http://www.mavenlive.com/features) not only makes physical therapists lives easier, but it also simplifies the daily essentials at the front desk, said Chris Metcalfe, vice president of technical development. The beauty of cloud-based systems is that they work together seamlessly with tools that help manage patient information, track tasks, schedule appointments and file claims.
To learn more about the benefits of Mavenlive online software, or to schedule a free trial, call 866- 996-2836 or visit the company’s website: http://www.mavenlive.com/.
About Mavenlive and Prognition Corp.
Mavenlive was created in March 2009 by Prognition Corp., a software company headquartered in Canada's National Research Council's Biomedical Commercialization Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
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