Do you wish you had a tool to add spice to your clinical practice? Give some style to our profession, and take your clients to the next level with new and creative exercise handouts from BPM Rx!
As a physiotherapist, exercise prescription plays a central role in your career. Clients turn to you for expert advice on how to move better and recover from injury faster. The quality of the instruction you provide plays a key role in how compliant and successful they will be in their recovery. BPM Rx is an emerging leader in the exercise prescription software field, and is designed to create the highest quality exercise handouts available.
Aside from the standard array of rehab exercises, including geriatric activities, the website strives to push the envelope for creative and exciting movements. Images are broken down into Basic Fitness and Elite Skills, and are then further divided into subcategories like Yoga Postures, Advanced Core, and Whole Body movements. One of the most compelling reasons to use this software is that the image library incorporates movements and exercises not found in any other software. There are whole sections devoted to Gymnastics Conditioning, Kettlebell and Push-up Variations. Your athletes familiar with Crossfit, P90x or MMA (mixed martial arts) will immediately identify with the variety and intensity of exercises you can offer.
Next to an unbeatable exercise selection, the other feature that will stand out about this software is the phenomenal image quality. Rather than the drab line drawings common to exercise prescription for the past 20 years, BPM Rx opts for a unique design process that provides modern, magazine-quality pictures. The exercise handouts that you create with BPM Rx use photo-realistic illustrations of athletic, multicultural models. Ben Musholt, the creator, was fed-up with boring exercise pictures —he wanted his clients to be empowered and motivated by a cool product. If you’re committed to providing your clients with the best service available, you should be too!
Instead of using color pictures, the illustrations are rendered in black and white for lower printing costs and quicker printing time. If you prefer to save paper, the PDF can also be saved to your desktop and emailed to a client later. The electronic handouts even look great on small mobile devices, like smart phones.
As with most newcomers to the industry, the exercise library within BPM Rx is entirely web-based — thus there is no software to install, and it can be accessed from any computer or tablet device. Rather than providing generic exercise instructions, the website encourages you to write instructions specific to each client. The result is that you can provide unique reminders, such as “Remember to depress your shoulder blade, as I taught you in the clinic.”
One final benefit of BPM Rx is the pricing structure. Instead of a tiered structure based on the number of users, the website is simply one low cost for your entire clinic or gym. The current price to access the website is US $24/month, however readers of physioguru.com can use coupon code “physguru10” for 10% off of the monthly price (not valid with other offers).
Healthcare consumers demand the best product in the marketplace. Make sure you’re meeting their demands, by providing high-quality exercise handouts to keep them on track with their rehab goals. Sign-up today for a free trial at www.BPMRx.com!
Disclaimer: This is a paid advertisement by BPMRx. Written by Ben Musholt.