HEP Software Content
Following is a summary of the exercise content in our HEP software
Exercise Pro contains a large exercise database in a variety of areas, making it a great HEP software resource for physical therapists, athletic trainers and chiropractors. With over 3100 exercises in a variety of specialty areas, it is an excellent tool for delivery of home exercise and patient education. To see all the exercises check out our free trial. Or start your subscription and take advantage of our first year discount price.
Orthopedics – Consists of a wide range of exercises for treatment of the musculoskeletal system for both out patient and in patient rehabilitation. Includes passive range of motion, active assisted range of motion, stabilization, stability ball, resistance bands, foam roll, mobilization, stretching and more.
Closed chain – A full line up of closed kinetic chain exercises for the upper and lower extremities. Closed chain typically encourages compound joint movements and compressive forces and can be beneficial in many therapy and rehabilitation situations.
Upper extremity, hand and finger – Exercises for the upper quarter, from the shoulder girdle complex, glenohumeral joint, elbow, wrist, hand and fingers/thumb. Exercises includes passive, mobilizations, assisted, active and resisted categories. An excellent resource for all areas of rehab including occupational therapy.
Functional – A complete library of functional related exercises to promote multi-plane trunk and extremity function. Includes reaching, lunging, stepping, hopping, and more. Content spans from lower level to higher lever making them useful for a variety of patients.
Fitness and Gym – Exercises using equipment typically found in gym and fitness centers. Includes exercises for upper body, lower body, abdominals and back. Also includes general conditioning equipment such as stationary bikes, treadmills etc. A very nice resource when progressing patients to higher levels of fitness or upon discharge from therapy care.
Aquatics – Shallow and deep water exercises for the entire body. This includes flotation devices, resistance equipment, gait activity, swimming and more. Great for patients with access to a pool.
BOSU, TRX Medicine Ball and Total Gym – These exercises utilize common equipment used in therapy centers and medical fitness centers. This equipment is often used by patients at home as well. They can be used for lower level rehab and higher level conditioning and everything in between.
Neurology and Geriatrics – Exercises for vestibular rehabilitation, post CVA, balance, general conditioning, flexibility and mobility.
Cardiovascular and cardiopulmonary – Exercises for aerobics and content for pulmonary health for the treatment of COPD and related conditions.
Dynamic exercise – These exercises are designed for athletic pre-warm up to promote blood flow and muscle preparation for vigorous sporting participation.
Amputee – Rehabilitation exercises for patients with lower extremity amputee diagnoses. Include both Above Knee and Below Knee content.
Women’s Health – Exercises designed for pelvic floor conditioning and functional movement with concurrent pelvic floor control.
Pediatrics – Exercises for infant and child, including range of motion, skills/function and motor development.
Speech – Contains 100 exercises for SLP (Speech Language Pathology). Content targets the lips, tongue and cheek and includes oral motor, sensory, active motion, proprioception, manipulation, and more.
Yoga – Over 120 different Hath yoga poses and movements designed to promote flexibility, balance, conditioning, and breathing. Yoga can promote interest and variation in standard rehab programs as well as encourage functional movement.
Pilates – Contains 128 Pilates mat exercises. Pilates is well known for its success in core stability training, posture control and toning. Exercises in categories for beginner, intermediate, and advanced.
Self Massage – Includes common equipment like foam rollers for providing self massage and trigger point release.
Education topics – Information for patients on common activities. Includes items like crutch and cane use, body mechanics, passive range of motion guidelines, self traction, positioning, and modalities like ice massage and contrast baths.
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