Your personal exercise programme, with you, wherever you are. And your coach monitoring you remotely.
Everything you need to know about your back pain
Video games can be a way to gradually learn how to deal with various real-life situations.
The app helps patients to achieve the objectives set with their coach:
How does it work? These videos give step-by-step instructions on downloading the app and how to use it. Do not pay too much attention to the quality of the app and tutorial videos. MyMedicoach is currently in a beta version and therefore undergoing constant improvements. We will be producing professional-standard tutorial videos for each stage once the final version of the app has been built.
Animated videos to explain the sometimes complex pathological processes involved. Subjects tackled include arthrosis, sciatica, cruralgia, pyramidal syndrome (or piriformis syndrome), lumbago, other causes of back pain, how ergonomics and back protection exercises can help, and so on.
Discover the causes and consequences of slipped disks (sciatica, low back pain, etc.) and the best way to avoid them. The herniated disc is only one of many causes of back pain. More videos will follow.
This video explains why you can feel lower back pain (or on other areas of the body) while all exams (scanners, etc.) are normal. The video below is being translated.
Easily accessed from your computer, the MyMedicoach video game will address the main points of ergonomics (movements, posture and adjustments to make improvements). This game will enable users to change various factors to see the impact these changes will have on their back. We are testing a range of game components in schools, workers and patients. The gameplay aspect seems to work well. Come back regularly, because this is where we will keep you informed about progress in developing the game. Video games have already proven their effectiveness in various areas of healthcare. We are both curious and impatient to test our game with you.