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PhysioU: Assistive Devices, Transfers, Gait Training app is finally here!

New apps for our PhysioU family!

Do you remember how hard it was to learn about transfers, gait patterns and assistive devices by reading it from a book?

Do you wish you could send your patient a video of Modified 3 point gait using the crutches you just fitted them with?

The new PhysioU: Assistive Devices, Gait training and Transfers app is now an upgrade to your current app suite!


Assistive device fitting

loftstrand crutch fitting

Gait patterns for all the assistive devices (right and left limb videos included)

Axillary crutches

Stair training

Axillary crutches

Bed mobility

Bed moblity

Sit to stand/Stand to sit

Axillary crutches


right lower extremity

Wheelchair fitting

arm rest height

Share all of these instructions directly to your patients!

share a page

Existing users: This new app will automatically add to your PhysioU account. Simply sign-in and start exploring!

New users: Sign up & Try it for free today!

Patient education reduces pain!

In a 2011 systematic review from the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation titled “The effect of neuroscience education on pain, disability, anxiety, and stress in chronic musculoskeletal pain” is as follows:


Don’t just leave patient education up to chance, at PhysioU we believe in directing patients to high quality, evidence-based, patient-centered education. Dr. Michael Curtis is a residency trained orthopaedic specialist focused on producing our weekly read based around the clinical practice guidelines!

Look out for our weekly #PatientEducation release!

Of course, we are building an app for this, the Patient education app.

*Patient-centered education, in the palm of your hand*


Louw, A., Diener, I., Butler, D. S., & Puentedura, E. J. (2011). The Effect of Neuroscience Education on Pain, Disability, Anxiety, and Stress in Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 92(12), 2041–2056.