movement they are supposed to, the therapist will be able to watch the image which is projectedon a screen through the PrimeSense camera. This could be very helpful for a patient that may be
insecure or who may distrust doctors, the camera will reassure them that there is a “second pair of eyes” so to say meaning that not only the doctor is watching them the camera wil
l also showthem what is going wrong or right.Web cameras have also helped to improve communication between therapist and patients.Now that web cameras are also in smart phones, people are able to talk to someone almostanywhere and at anytime. It is as simple as logging onto a website or looking through yourcontacts and you will able to have a face to face conversation. This is very useful for travelingtherapists, if he or she must go out of town for business, but they have a patient who has justrecently been sent to physical therapy the patient will be able to communicate with one anotherand show each other problems and solutions that may be occurring with the injury. This will alsoimprove physical therapy from a business stand point. For instance, if someone is the owner of atherapy office and they have to go out of town for any reason they will still be able to talk totheir employees to guide them in what to do while being away. Without Web 2.0 this means of communication would not be possible.Along with these inventions social networking sites, has allowed for communicationbetween therapist and any person aspiring to become a physical therapist, through groups onthese sites.
One of these groups is “Physical Therapy Nation,” which is a group on
this site says it has made a “revolutionary new concept in the sharing of evidence based
information and knowledge worldwide among both physical therapy students and activeclinicians
(PhysicalTherapyNation) people who are students at a university or college cansubscribe to this site and will have the opportunity to be able to watch videos of therapist