In the blog you can discover the latest trends in digital physiotherapy and tele-rehabilitation. We talk to experts, present Trak use cases or show the best exercises for each pathology, etc.

If you are a physiotherapist and want to be updated about digital physiotherapy, this is your place.

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This "e-rehabilitation" thing... From TRAK we could not resist writing a post about applications for physiotherapists to shed some light on this little world so unknown but at the same time beautiful and extraordinary that offers the incorporation of the latest technology to an environment as apparently analog as ours.[...]

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digital physiotherapy

TRAKEVENT: Digital physiotherapy, fashion or trend? Last Wednesday, we had the opportunity to experience a great event at TRAK. Something that we believe should be a cause for discussion among scholars and influential figures in the digital physiotherapy sector and healthcare in general. From the hand of four of the[...]

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Physiotherapy specialties

MIR, EIR, PIR...¿FIR? Physiotherapy specialties? A resident physical therapist intern? really? Yes, the possibility of a physiotherapist sitting for an exam to certify his specialty in one of the many branches among which his discipline is divided (in the eyes of the law, of course). If we do a quick[...]

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Sciatica, a global health problem Low back pain is one of the most frequent health problems in Western countries, with a prevalence of 80%. Risk factors related to the lifestyle, smoking, and excess body mass increase the risk of developing chronic low back pain, as well as the probability of[...]

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adherence to treatment

Monitoring and adherence to treatment Known as the Internet of Things (IoT) to the network of devices with embedded sensors, software, electronics and network connectivity, which have the ability to communicate these objects over wireless networks and then send data to a cloud platform. Its application in medicine is an[...]

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The problem of post-COVID rehabilitation 70% of COVID patients suffer from muscular and respiratory sequelae that require therapeutic rehabilitation. Physiotherapists and rehabilitation physicians play a fundamental role in the management of these patients, whether during their stay in intensive care, in conventional hospital sectors, or during the follow-up and rehabilitation[...]

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Valoración en fisioterapia digital

Assessment and diagnosis in e-health A fundamental part for the choice of a treatment, especially in digital physiotherapy, is the evaluation of the patient and the consequent diagnosis of his disease. As noted Díaz Arribas et al. en 2005 physiotherapy is, like other health disciplines, "a science of probabilities and an[...]

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Shoulder pain

Strength training is not an option Shoulder pain is the third most common musculoskeletal disorder, and its prevalence is estimated to be between 7-10%. (Luime JJ et al, 2004). Evidence shows that disability caused by shoulder pain has a significant impact on daily life and generates a large social burden[...]

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digital rehabilitation

Online physiotherapy and digital rehabilitation offers endless possibilities when it comes to allowing the physiotherapist to monitor their own remote physiotherapy treatments at home, bringing clinical assistance to anyone who needs it, anywhere. Global healthcare moves towards increasingly complex digitization systems ein the interest of the development and evolution of[...]

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Can my stroke patient exercise? Stroke (Cerebrovascular Accident), commonly known as ictus or stroke, is the third leading cause of disability in developed countries. Its rehabilitation is also one of the most costly, as it involves problems of cognition and mobility, memory, sensitivity and pain, and psychological problems derived from[...]

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Increases adherence to treatment with TRAK

TRAK is the first platform that revolutionizes online physiotherapy by digitizing a therapeutic exercise treatment. The basis of the protocolization of home exercise is to have a good library of exercises, which are adaptable to each situation and patient and that are adapted to the peculiarities of each injury. This[...]

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Diabetes and therapeutic exercise

Diabetes and therapeutic exercise Diabetes mellitus is the ninth leading cause of mortality in the world today. It is an epidemic that has quadrupled its prevalence in the last three decades. This increase is observed especially in type II diabetes, coinciding with an increase in the prevalence of obesity in[...]

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