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Today’s Progress
The circle indicates how much of today’s suggested therapy duration you have completed.

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This Week’s Progress
This is a line of 7 elements representing the 7 days of this week’s therapy. Note that this is not a calendar week, but the weeks counted from the day you started the therapy. For example, if you started your therapy on a Thursday, then day 1 is Thursday of this week.

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Total Therapy Progress
This is a line of 10 elements indicating how much time has elapsed since your 10-week suggested Therapy Plan started.

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he progress above shows that therapy started 6 weeks and 6 days ago (6/7 of the seventh element is shaded) and that 3 weeks and 1 day (including today) remain.

Links to other dashboard screens
Tapping the parts of the Dashboard screen shown below takes you to other sub screens.

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Activity sub screen

This displays your achieved stimulation durations in relation to the minimum suggested durations across the days in the current week or a previous therapy week.

It gives you an idea of how closely you are following your suggested Therapy Plan, and whether you need to increase your stimulation intensity levels or duration for the remaining therapy days.

If this is not the first week of therapy, you can tap the icon at the top left of the screen to display activity for the previous week.

Day of the week Day 1 on the scale is the day of the week on which you started your therapy program (for example, Thursday). The current day is highlighted.

Daily usage Suggested daily usage is 2x30 mins per day. Do not use Revitive, using EMS stimulation, for more than 6 sessions of 30 minutes (or the equivalent) per day.

Therapy target (blue line) This shows the minimum suggested daily stimulation duration for each day of the selected week.
Actual duration (bars) The height of a bar shows how long you used your Revitive on that day.

A green bar indicates that you reached your therapy target on that day by achieving both the suggested intensity level and stimulation duration.

An orange bar indicates that the therapy target was not reached on that day because either the intensity level for a Foot Pad program was too low or the total stimulation duration was below the minimum suggested duration. Use this to see how closely you are following your suggested therapy plan and whether you need to increase your stimulation intensity levels or duration for the remaining therapy days.

Tap Awards or Life Score at the top of the screen to navigate to the other Dashboard sub screens, or tap on the tab bar to return to the main Dashboard screen.

 

Awards sub screen

This displays the awards you have won on reaching the suggested therapy targets in your current MyTherapy Plan.

Use this to see how closely you are following your suggested plan.

Week Awards This is a line of 10 elements displaying any awards you have achieved so far in each week of your 10-week MyTherapy plan.

You win a week award on reaching the suggested stimulation durations on 3 or more days in that week.

3 days: Bronze award

4 days: Silver award
5 days: Gold award

6 days: Revitive award

Predicted Plan Awards The plan award you are currently on target to achieve if your average usage continues at its current level.

Existing Plan Awards This is your ‘trophy cupboard’ indicating the number of 10-week long suggested Therapy Plans you have completed since creating your Revitive account and the Plan Awards you have won.

Tap Activity or Life Score at the top of the screen to navigate to the other dashboard sub screens, or tap on the tab bar to return to the main Dashboard screen.

 

Life Score sub screen

This displays a record of the level of impact your key symptom has had on your life, as reported by you at the two-weekly self-assessment points, throughout your therapy.

Use this to examine how your 10-week suggested Therapy Plan is alleviating your key symptom.

Self-assessed key symptom impacts (bar graph) The bar graph displays the ‘impact on your life’ score, which you assigned to your key symptom during each 2-weekly self-assessment in the selected Therapy Plan.

The highlighted week is the current week.

Red (shortest bars)
You rated your life impact score between 7 and 10
Orange (medium bars)
You rated your life impact score between 4 and 6
Green (tallest bars)
You rated your life impact score between 1 and 3

Changes in key symptom life impact score
Each row indicates the life impact score you gave at each 2-weekly self-assessment in the Therapy Plan:
Between 1 and 3 :-)
Between 4 and 6 :-|
Between 7 and 10 :-(

And how it changed from your previous score:
Improvement Your life impact score at this self-assessment point was lower than the one reported at the previous point.
No change Your life impact score at this self-assessment point was the same as the one reported at the previous point.
Regression Your life impact score at this self-assessment point was higher than the one reported at the previous point.

As an example, the screen image below shows the life achievement of a user who is currently in week 8 of their suggested Therapy Plan. The user indicated a Life Impact score between 7 and 10 for the key symptom of Poor Leg Circulation when setting up the therapy.

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• At the first assessment point (week 2), the user reported a Life Impact score that was still between 7 and

 10. There was, however, a small drop in the level since the start of the therapy, indicating an improvement .
• At the second assessment point (week 4), the user reported a Life Impact score that was now between 4 and 6 . This was a clear drop since week 2, indicating further improvement .
• At the third assessment point (week 6), the user reported a Life Impact score between 1 and 3 . This was a clear drop since week 4, indicating continuing improvement .

Tap Activity or Awards at the top of the screen to navigate to the other dashboard sub screens, or tap on the tab bar to return to the main Dashboard screen.

 

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