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Thank you for downloading this PhysioTools courtesy module. It is a working version of PhysioTools without enhanced features, but when installed with other (existing or future) PhysioTools modules, these features will be enabled; adding your own pictures and video clips, customising the header with your own logo, the ability to make handouts from multiple installed modules and networking. We trust you will appreciate the benefits of using PhysioTools and if you would like further details of other modules available, please visit www.physiotools.com or contact your reseller.
Using the Program
Starting the program Double click the PhysioTools icon on your desktop The Login User window will appear. Type your name or initials in the User ID field, click OK, the Users window will appear, complete the red fields (these details will appear on the handout). Click Save + Select. Please note: the next time you start the program, the User ID you entered will automatically appear. Edit Screen You are now in the Edit Screen – you will return here to edit your handout. Library screen Click on the Library button (bottom right corner). You are now in the Library Screen, which will have no pictures showing. Searching for items Under ‘Module’ choose the module you wish to view. Click on Sort 1, 2 and 3 (to sort by more than 1 title option, hold down the Ctrl key). If more than 16 pictures match the search, you can view the other pictures by using page up/down or the scroll bar. Selecting an item Click on the centre of the picture. De-selecting an item Right click on the picture Return to the Edit screen Click on Edit (bottom right of screen) to return to the Edit Screen. This is where you can modify the text and sequence of items selected from the Library. Changing the text Click on each picture in turn and check that the text is suitable. If you wish to amend the text, click in the text box (bottom left of screen) and type in any amendments.
If you wish to use the Client Set as the basis for a new handout. Click Save Changes if you wish to have the text available for future use. Protocols are never "locked" . Type in a Set description and click on OK. Create a new sort category or select from an existing one in the database. click Unlock. Click OK Change font size Select Options . The Add Client Name window appears. This changes the text size on the handout only. In the Edit Screen the words Protocol Set SAVED appear above the Save as button. Click on OK. use your mouse and click on the buttons immediately to the right of the number.Custom header texts. make any changes and save it again as a different set. To amend the saved set click on the Unlock button.Font Size. Hold the left mouse button down and drag the picture over another picture and release the mouse button.they are designed so they can be amended but the originally saved Protocol will remain unchanged. Select Change User or Clear Set. You have five header fields available.com . The Add Set Description window appears.physiotools. This prevents changes to any saved client information. Click on OK.Open Protocol. Select your Client name and Set description then click Open. The Select Protocol Sort 1 window appears. Flipping pictures You can flip the pictures to show left or right view by holding Ctrl and left click on the picture Duplicating Pictures Hold down the Alt key on your keyboard and use your mouse to click on the picture. www. Using Protocols A Protocol is a pre-selected group of items from the Library that can be conveniently amended. Designing a Header Select Options . Click OK. Click on Save as .Add User Text Select the Add User Text tab if you want to use and save your own text. To change the size.Client Set. Click on OK.Protocol. Save a Client Set Click on Save as . Moving pictures You can change the order of the pictures by Dragging and Dropping. Open a Client Set Open a saved Client Set by File . which you can complete or leave empty. make the changes and then save the set again. Using Protocols can greatly reduce the time it takes to assemble a Client Set. Click in the text box and type. Once the set is saved the Save as button changes to Unlock and the words Client Set LOCKED appear. The Select Protocol Sort 2 window appears. make your selection and click OK.Preferences . The Edit header texts window appears which enables you to design the top of your handout. Complete as above.Open Client set. The text you enter in Client Name and Set Description will appear on the handout. Fill in all the red fields or select their name from the list. New Click New to clear the fields on the Edit Screen to create a new handout. Open a saved protocol by File .
Change any of the print options and use the Preview button to see the effect. (Top right of screen) Clear Benefits For the patient/client: the system promotes close interaction with the health care professionals treating them.no base module required Add new modules as you need them Supports multiple users Save time and money . on all continents www. The program is both flexible and powerful. public services and health and fitness clubs to produce.all of whom are leading specialists in their field Our library currently includes 48 individual modules totalling over 8. and provides them with personalised information tailored to their specific needs. surgeries. use the numbered tabs (bottom of screen) to view all pages Print Click on Print to send the document to the printer that is displayed at the bottom of the Print Options window. perfecting and supporting exercise software since 1987 We work with world-renowned authors to bring you professional and up to date clinical content from around the world Authors include Shirley Sahrmann. H. mainly due to the program’s simplicity and the ability to quickly find exercises through visual display Modules are available in up to 20 languages We easily integrate with Patient Administration Software Last. Cost effective pricing Fast and efficient support at no additional cost Runs independently . private therapy clinics. Mark Comerford. Exiting the Program Exit the program in the Edit screen or the Library screen by clicking on Exit. the ability to edit and supply it in the format best suited to the patient’s needs and documents all the information given. armed services.physiotools. For professionals: the software offers easy-to-find information. Click on Print Options. large networks and terminal servers. Duane Saunders.no more drawing stick figures Free updates to the PhysioTools platform There are many reasons to choose PhysioTools Exercise Software: • • • • • • • • PhysioTools have been in the business of designing. PhysioTools supports standalone installations. store and retrieve personalised information programs tailored to the specific needs of their patients/clients. Jenny McConnell and Chris Norris . in the community. enabling people working in hospitals. but not least.Preview Click on Preview to see an on-screen preview of your handout. we are proud to say we are the most accepted exercise software in the world with customers in over 40 countries.com .500 exercises Our customers tell us PhysioTools exercise software is the easiest to use.
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