Gait Speed PT v1.0 – Android speed tracking application
purchased for $ 0.99 for the first time in Iran
We have all seen people around us who are unable to walk due to old age or who can not walk for a long time due to an accident. One of the best options available in such situations that a specialist doctor prescribes for his patients is to refer to physiotherapy so that they can regain physical strength in a short period of time by doing basic exercises and walk for hours as before. But most of these patients, due to lack of motivation, even after undergoing physiotherapy courses, still can not go back to their past and must use a wheelchair forever! Restoring motivation with medical exercises is very simple and it is enough to record the patient’s progress in each exercise and inform him to see his physical changes in a short time and to avoid any weakness. Gait Speed PTTitle is a very simple and practical software for recording walking speed and accurate history of it, which was developed by RWaltonMouw and published in the big Google Play Market. With a very simple and comfortable environment for physiotherapy patients, this software allows them to record their ability to stand on two legs or walk each time they practice and save them over time. To regain their self-confidence every time they see their progress. You have access to past recorded information at any time and place, and to record accurate information, just use the volume buttons to save your walking speed in the program database. In addition, if you do not want anyone to be informed of the registered results, all you have to do is protect them with a password!
Gait Speed PT application with a simple yet practical system for people who are doing physiotherapy exercises has been able to get a score of 4.0 out of 5.0 by Google Play users with its price of $ 0.99, which you can now get the latest Download the purchased version for the first time in Iran from Usroid site.
Version v1.0 changes:
* Edit data in the patient information section
* View program history.