RemoteScreen Overview

“It’s like Tele-Medicine for Assessments.”

This is a brief introduction to the RemoteScreen application, a remote companion application for the PostureScreen, SquatScreen, and LeanScreen to allow remote assessments from the end user consumer.

The consumer/client will get instructions from the professional using the assessment portion of our applications on how to download RemoteScreen for their device.  The Professional will then give the consumer/client their RemoteScreen Cloud ID so they can link the RemoteScreen application to the professional’s SyncScreen Cloud.

The professional will direct the consumer / Client to download their custom branded version of RemoteScreen or the generic version of RemoteScreen.  Learn more by clicking here how to send instructions to your user.

Once installed and linked to the professional, the consumer/client will obtain and take photos of themselves, friends or family members, and “push” the images to their health care or fitness professional through secure cloud.  When the professional gets a push notification, they open up their PostureScreen, download the prospective or existing client’s new images, and performs a Posture analysis, body composition, or overhead squat analysis just as if the client was in the facility.  Remote assessments are now a reality with RemoteScreen.

The RemoteScreen technology can also be embedded into existing facility consumer facing applications for better branding purposes.  Please contact for additional information on purchasing branded custom versions of RemoteScreen for your organization or facility.

This is a free application for the client to use and available on both iOS and Android appstores.  The healthcare or fitness professional will need to have both the Unlimited Usage Subscription along with a SyncScreen subscription in order to enable their RemoteScreen option.

RemoteScreen can only upload the following:
1. AP (front) View Photo
2. Right (lateral) View Photo
3. Right (lateral) Seated Photo
4. Video for Movement screens

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