Clinical studies are a powerful way to look at the impact exercise has on people’s health and quality of life, whether prescribed as a preventative measure or to aid post-op recovery.
The collection of accurate outcome data however can be very complicated and time-consuming, in particular where cohorts are spread around a country or even based in multiple countries throughout the world.
This is where Physitrack comes in.
Physitrack is proud to be the exercise technology provider of the global GAP4 study in collaboration with the Movember Foundation and managed by Prof. Rob Newton from Edith Cowan University in Perth.
With a cohort of over 800 patients in 7 countries, GAP4 aims to establish an optimal exercise protocol to maximise quality of life and survival of men with advanced prostate cancer.
Physitrack is used to prescribe tailored exercise programs and collect patient outcome data from cohorts around the world.