Wellness & Fitness trackers

Professionals and Patients Grow More Comfortable with Wearable Health Data

Wearable fitness trackers are here to stay, and so is the data they generate. In fact, 27 percent of consumers already use fitness wearables, according to data by Morning Consult. But its not just consumers that want to peek into the stats generated by these devices: A new survey by the Healthcare Information and Management

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Keep Moving With Phyzio – World’s 1st AI-driven Non-Narcotic Instant Pain Relief and Posture Correction Device – Phyzio

by Dhriti Akhouri Did you know that chronic pain can lead to anxiety and depression along with reduced quality of life?   What Statistics Reveal? About 80 percent of adults experience low back pain at some point in their lifetimes.1 If any kind of pain persists for 12 weeks or longer, even after an initial

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Phyzio: A Wearable AI-driven Non-Narcotic Pain Relief and Posture Correction System

by Maya | Dec 11, 2018 | Devices Summary: Many chronic pain patients rely on narcotic/opioid prescriptions to manage their pain. Expected to hit the markets in early 2019, the AI-driven wearable device, called  Phyzio  can offer a more lucrative alternative to narcotic medication. Pain is an often-used word in our daily lives. While, it may seem

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Wellness tools for population health need radical simplicity, experts say

The market is so flooded with competing products that many people have trouble even understanding what’s available. Wellness tools for population health need radical simplicity, experts sayThe market is so flooded with competing products that many people have trouble even understanding what’s available.By Tom SullivanOctober 19, 201810:31 AM Fitness tracking device and app.BOSTON Corporate wellness

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Where wearables fit into the future of precision medicine

Apps and devices will evolve and tools already around us will become instruments of health to advance tailor-made care delivery and treatments. A wide number and variety of wearable devices today are already collecting large amounts of data. Fitbit medical director Dr. John Moore, for instance, said it has information about billions of nights of

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