E-learning Mobile Application for Goniometry

Description:

Inventors at MUSC have developed an interactive, high-quality mobile application for goniometry applicable to physical and occupational therapy. For all upper and lower extremity joint motions, the app provides visual instruction using both labeled pictures and videos. Alternate measurement methods are also included, as are examples of specific precautions, documentation, goal-setting, and functional application. The app is presented in an easy-to-navigate frame with intuitive navigation buttons and is ideal for implementation as a textbook or study aid in physical therapy and occupational therapy labs. The app is currently available on iTunes and Google Play stores under the name GONI RehabLearning: Goniometry for Clinicians.

 

 

GONI RehabLearning - Goniometry for Clinicians

iTunes -  https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/goni-rehablearning-goniometry-for-clinicians/id1166330548?mt=8

Google Play - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rehablearning.goni&hl=en

 

Applications: Physical therapy and occupational therapy learning modules.

 

Advantages:  Allows for a mobile application to supplement or replace goniometry textbook. Incorporates goal-setting and documentation. Provides advantages for visual learners via labeled photos and videos.

 

Key Words: Physical therapy, occupational therapy, e-learning, goniometry, mobile application

Inventors: Amanda Giles, Gretchen Seif, Jonathan Coultas, & Sachin Patel

Patent Status:       Copyright

MUSC-FRD Technology ID: P1486

 

Licensing Status: Licensed to MUSC startup, RehabLearning. Please contact FRD for additional information or to be put in touch with RehabLearning.

 

Patent Information:
Category(s):
Software
For Information, Contact:
Chelsea Ex-Lubeskie
Licensing Manager, Devices
MUSC Foundation for Research Development
843-876-1900
exlubesk@musc.edu
Inventors:
Amanda Giles
Sachin Patel
Jonathan Coultas
Gretchen Seif
Peter Bowman
Keywords:
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