Akron, Ohio– February 28, 2012 – The Thera-BandAcademy.com 2.0 website is now available. This new and improved site features improved navigation, easy customization, better searches and socialization tools that improve the users’ experience—and it’s still absolutely free.
There are three key enhancements to Thera-BandAcademy.com 2.0 that benefit healthcare providers and consumers worldwide. First, healthcare providers can create customized exercise programs using Thera-Band products, save these programs and share them with patients via email or print. Secondly, the site has country-specific portals in native languages, plus all pages can be translated into one of 50 languages. Finally, the site has enhanced socialization tools including Google+ and links to Facebook and the popular Academy Blog. As noted, these features are free to all registered users.
“Since launching the original Academy site ten years ago, the site has evolved into a unique resource that connects healthcare professionals and consumers to the ever growing body of knowledge on exercise,” stated Phil Page, PhD, PT, ATC, Director of Thera-Band Academy. “Our new site has several great new features that allow users to find content quickly and aid them in getting things done efficiently. We’ve improved the navigation—fewer clicks required—expanded the search compatibilities, and added abilities to easily customize, save and share information with users around the world.”
“In addition to these new features, users can continue to take advantage of the most comprehensive research database on Thera-Band and Biofreeze products, visit Learning Portals and search for professional workshops around the world,” continued Page. “This new version ofThera-BandAcademy represents the dedication of Performance Health to supporting efforts in research and education for our customers.” Currently, the Academy website has over 1400 research references, 700 exercises, and 250 exercise programs, with more added each day.
Visit www.thera-bandacademy.com to see these new features, and to register for free. The Academy blog at http://www.hygenicblog.com provides regular updates on research, events and new products as well.