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Digital Kickstarter Package for new practices

By Insights

As a business, two of our passions are entrepreneurship and helping healthcare practitioners to adopt the use of technology in their practices. If you are recently graduated and planning to launch your own practice in 2019, then we have something for you:

We want to help new practices get online and embrace technology. To that end, we have developed a Practice Kickstarter package for clinicians who are planning to launch new practices in 2019.

Practice Kickstarter package comprising:

  • 3D Joint ROM kit comprising software, strapping and sensors for 12 months
  • domain registration for 12 months
  • 2 e-mail addresses for your practice
  • Basic website configuration with theme including copyright, privacy and anti-spam tools and pages
  • Assistance in setting up your Google My Business account and tips for securing Google Reviews
  • 1 hour free consultation for configuring and optimising your practice billing requirements
  • Assistance in setting up your profile in our “Movement Experts” directory
  • 12 month maintenance of your site including backups and social sharing buttons

The cost for this package is R4750

About 3D Joint ROM

Nominated for two innovation awards in 2018, shortly to be featured in one of the top international medical futurist publications and with a user base comprising academics, biokineticists, chiropractors and podiatrists, 3D Joint ROM is a must-have tool for the technology savvy medical practice.

The tool provides for accurate, real-time measurement of Range of Motion (ROM) for all joints with up to 36 different movement templates available.

Terms and Conditions:

  • Orders must be placed and paid-for in December 2018
  • This offer is only available to clinicians in South Africa
  • Basic website configuration comprises: Basic logo, home page, enquiry form, testimonial page and “about” page. For additional functionality and features, additional charges may be levied.

For more information on this offer, please e-mail


[LISTEN] Youtube Marketing For Healthcare Providers

By Insights

Since forming our business, we have been passionate about encouraging healthcare professionals to embrace technology as a way of doing more [and better] business. When we ran our original “Practice of The Future” event earlier in the year, we were surprised at the reluctance of healthcare professionals to embrace technology.

From time to time, we identify learning materials which can assist clinicians to use technology to better engage their clients.

In this podcast, Dr. Sebastian Gonzales explains how he used tools like YouTube to grow his practice.

Gonzales covers:

  • How to discover your audience
  • How to create for your audience
  • What mental barriers you’ll need to overcome as you create
  • How to pick your topics
  • Links to more valuable practice building content


21st Century Physio Podcast (Episode 14) – Fiona White

By Insights

In Episode 14 of the 21st Century Physio Podcast, the team interviews Fiona White from Own Body.

In this episode, they discuss:
– How to transition from a side project to a full-time business with 40 team members
– How to use technology to manage a remote workforce
– How to build a team and culture in a business where team contact is limited
– The top 4 ways to bring your practice into the 21st Century

To find out more about Fiona and Own Body, head to

Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes now at

21st Century Physio Podcast (Episode 13) – Marijn Kortekaas

By Insights

In Episode 13 of the 21st Century Physio Podcast, the team talks to Marijn Kortekaas from Physitrack.

In this episode, the team discuss:
– What he learnt from working at big companies like Nike and how it applies to the health industry
– How technology helps build better patient experiences
– How you can better serve your patients and get better results
– How to get your team on board with using new technology
– The top 4 ways to bring your practice into the 21st Century

To find out more about Marijn and Physitrack, head to