Product Updates: The Gait app now includes Case Studies

One of the best ways to bridge the gap from the text book to the clinic is to work through case studies!  Instructors and students have been asking for ways to put their analysis skills to the test.

As a professor, I believe these types of exercises are critical for developing your reasoning and your analytical skills, which is why we built "Case studies" into the Gait app as a new way to elevate your thinking.

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This is a glimpse into what we will be releasing for the other apps like Clinical Pattern Recognition: Orthopaedics and Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation!

So.... Put your thinking caps on and enjoy the new "Case studies" feature that is now available in the Gait app! (Not a PhysioU user yet, sign up here!)

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Challenge your reasoning and analytical skills! Get the first-hand experience of PhysioU, sign up for a 2-week free trial today!

Webinar for faculty: Deep learning in the Digital age with PhysioU

Due to popular demand, we are pleased to share the recorded session in this post.

This webinar Dr. Michael Wong, the developer of PhysioU, shares teaching and learning strategies and experiences from his 15 years of entry-level education. Topics include:

  • Developing pattern recognition

  • Laying out a road map for expert practice

  • Less is more!

  • The students become what we test!


Deep learning introduction (4 minutes)


Developing pattern recognition (26 minutes) 


Roadmaps to mentored evaluations (14 minutes)


Cardiopulmonary app tour (4 minutes) 


Is there a ROM MMT and Gait app? (11 minutes) 


Clinical Pattern Recognition Orthopaedics app tour (6 minutes)


NeuroExam app tour (4 minutes)

Mentoring Minutes: Gait and Low Back Pain

Welcome to PhysioU’s Mentoring Minutes! Each episode of Mentoring Minutes directly applies a clinical approach with relevant research for effective results.

Research shows that those who walk slower may have more low back pain due to increased EMG activity and compression of the spine.  Why is this?  In today’s episode of Mentoring Minutes, Dr. Marshall Lemoine will be discussing gait mechanics and how it correlates to low back pain.

Thank you for watching!  

The newest Mentoring Minutes get posted on Facebook every Monday.  If you are not on Facebook, you can find most of our videos on YouTube.  See you next week!