Published on in Vol 4 , No 2 (2017) :Jul-Dec

Mobile Phone–Supported Physiotherapy for Frozen Shoulder: Feasibility Assessment Based on a Usability Study

Mobile Phone–Supported Physiotherapy for Frozen Shoulder: Feasibility Assessment Based on a Usability Study

Mobile Phone–Supported Physiotherapy for Frozen Shoulder: Feasibility Assessment Based on a Usability Study

Journals

  1. Vallati C, Virdis A, Gesi M, Carbonaro N, Tognetti A. ePhysio: A Wearables-Enabled Platform for the Remote Management of Musculoskeletal Diseases. Sensors 2018;19(1):2 View
  2. Korhonen O, Väyrynen K, Krautwald T, Bilby G, Broers H, Giunti G, Isomursu M. Data-Driven Personalization of a Physiotherapy Care Pathway: Case Study of Posture Scanning. JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies 2020;7(2):e18508 View
  3. Lorussi F, Lucchesi I, Carbonaro N, Casarosa S, Trotta L, Tognetti A. Supervised Recovery of Shoulder Muscular Skeletal Disorders Through a Wearable-Enabled Digital Application. Mobile Networks and Applications 2019 View
  4. Choi Y, Nam J, Yang D, Jung W, Lee H, Kim S. Effect of smartphone application-supported self-rehabilitation for frozen shoulder: a prospective randomized control study. Clinical Rehabilitation 2019;33(4):653 View
  5. Elgert L, Steiner B, Saalfeld B, Marschollek M, Wolf K. Health-Enabling Technologies to Assist Patients With Musculoskeletal Shoulder Disorders When Exercising at Home: Scoping Review. JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies 2021;8(1):e21107 View
  6. Van de Winckel A, Nawshin T, Byron C. Combining a Hudl App With Telehealth to Increase Home Exercise Program Adherence in People With Chronic Diseases Experiencing Financial Distress: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(3):e22659 View
  7. Giusti A, Reginaldo S, Caixeta T, Chaibe E, Moraes L, Oliveira R. Avaliação do uso de aplicativo de celular para auxílio no processo de reabilitação da cirurgia do ombro. Revista Brasileira de Ortopedia 2021;56(02):213 View