PhysiApp®: Clinical exercises at your fingertips.

* Crystal clear and professionally narrated videos show you how to perform your exercises correctly.

* Always remember when to do your exercises thanks to in-app reminders.

* Once downloaded, access your videos even when you have no Internet access.

* PhysiApp® tracks your progress and feedback in real-time, allowing your healthcare provider to better support you based on clear outcome data.

Important: this app is not intended to diagnose any condition. Your exercise program on this app will have been assigned to you after consulting with a healthcare professional. Please seek a healthcare practitioner’s advice in addition to using this app and before making any medical decisions.

What’s New

Version 2.1.6

- bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

likesToBake2008 ,

Great to have, needs improvement for daily use

Having an app to coordinate exercises with a PT and being able to review videos of the exercises is an excellent way to manage a PT program and ensure progress. I wouldn’t trade it, since this is the app my PT uses and it’s so much better than email.

When you use it every day, though, little things get annoying, such as:
- auto play of videos every time. You only need to watch them the first time or two! There’s not even a setting that lets you turn this off!
- mark as complete doesn’t let you skip an exercise. Let’s say I only do bicep curls every other day, but they are the second exercise in my program. If I’m trying to go through and mark all the others as done, it just keep putting bicep curls in front of me instead of the next exercise in the list. So I have to wait for bicep curls to load, then close it, then find the next exercise, then do that all over again repeatedly.
- loading time is long. When I launch the app, it takes a few second before you can start interacting. This is not convenient if you are trying to check it between exercises
- I wish there was a way to select multiple exercises and mark them as done in one batch. It’s a very slow progress to have to load each exercise. Why does it need a progress bar just to say “marked as complete” each time?
- the “all exercises are complete” message should be more celebratory. Compare to an app like Fitbit for example. I spend an hour every day motivating myself to get through exercises and all the app gives me as acknowledgement is a robotic line of tiny black text. Even my 12-year-old find this funny!

So great idea, use it if your PT does, it works, but know that execution could use improvement. The intention is for someone to use it regularly and often, but it’s not designed so that’s an optimal experience.

Developer Response ,

Hello and thank you for your feedback. I've updated our features backlog with your suggestions and we will discuss them in the next releases of our app. If you have any additional suggestions please feel free to contact us at We always like to listen to our customers ideas!

Susan_2424 ,

I like it

I love that there are videos of each exercise. I just wish there was a way I could check off each exercise I complete each day. It gives you notifications that you need to complete x number of exercises. But you have to click on each one, and it doesn’t show which one is completed. So for example, if I had 16 exercises and it’s showing I have 1 that wasn’t completed and I couldn’t remember which one, there is no way to tell which one I missed. Seems like a fairly easy fix to make a good app an awesome app.

St. Louis user ,

Awesome app

Awesome app, easy to use, very detailed written and video instructions including number of reps and sets from my physical therapist. You can easily log each exercise and the app is super easy, convenient, and helpful.

App Privacy

The developer, Physitrack Limited, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • User Content

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  • Diagnostics

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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