Language settings in Physitrack and PhysiApp

Physitrack operates worldwide and has been translated to many languages – with many more to come! As our world is growing smaller, it is not uncommon to have a different native tongue to your patient – so how does this work between Physitrack and PhysiApp?
In this Physitrack University video (3min), Marieke will go through how languages in Physitrack and PhysiApp relate to one another. May this help you when working with patients from different backgrounds and countries to ensure they receive the best care they possibly can from you.


Physitrack University addresses language dynamics within Physitrack and PhysiApp, offering insights and tips for practitioners working with multilingual patients:

1. Language Settings in PhysiApp: PhysiApp adapts to the language settings of the patient's device. For example, if a practitioner assigns exercises in English but the patient's device is set to Dutch, the exercises will be displayed in Dutch.

2. Exceptions and Translations: If exercises aren't translated, they default to English on the app but appear in the assigned language on the web version.

3. Maintaining Language Consistency: Practitioners can ensure consistency by adding comments or messages in their preferred language, which will be received as written.

4. Practitioner Control: Practitioners can influence the language of exercises by adjusting their language settings in Physitrack, particularly useful in multilingual countries.

This understanding allows practitioners to provide personalized care to patients from diverse backgrounds, ensuring effective communication and comprehension of exercise programs.

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