Kamuela, Hawaii -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/16/2009 -- Online therapeutic service provider Irehab.com has just announced the release on their back pain therapy service. The website http://www.irehab.com will allow doctors, physical therapists and the general public access to their revolutionary musculoskeletal pain treatment website on May 18th 2009. Inquires can be made to CEO Keith Krugh; email@example.com.
Doctors and Physical Therapists (and any medical professional) will easily design and deliver customized follow-up and or long term treatment plans for their patients in minutes using Irehab’s state of the art rehab and exercise video library to enable better results for their clinics and their patients.
General public users can receive customized back pain treatment programs delivered immediately online with all the tools they would need to implement their treatment program shipped free to their door. Treatment plans can be accessed from any internet connection in the world. Internet access allows it to be accessible while traveling, at home or a print out can be requested for gym or workout facility visits. A mobile version usable from any smartphone due to be released by end of July 09’.
All programs from Irehab are designed by experienced clinically experienced therapists and are customized specifically for each user. Each video graphic in Irehab’s growing library are designed and created from actual human movements. They include detailed and precise audio instructions and are viewable from 6 different angles; a demo video is available on the home page.
With all its functionality in place, Irehab is set to revolutionize home and office back pain treatments and is currently expanding its product line to include shoulder, hip, knee, neck, foot/ ankle, hand/ wrist, elbow, fitness and performance. You can visit irehab at http://www.irehab.com.
About Us: Irehab is dedicated in providing multi-angle (6), anatomically and biomechanically correct human movement science based therapeutic exercise video and audio resources to be used by the health care industry and the general populous in the treatment of back pain.