Hi there!

We are Fred and Joan Gohh of PT-Helper.com.

Fred is an electrical engineer by profession and has worked with a number of start-ups. Recently, Fred has been working with software companies to hone in on how and why user experience is such a vital component of product development.

Joan enjoys building relationships with new people. She has a background in finance, but her skill-set expands far beyond numbers.

Fred and Joan at Conference

The Home Exercise Program (HEP) From a Patient’s Perspective

PT-Helper was developed from a patient perspective. Fred, an avid cyclist, crashed twice in one year and suffered injuries that required surgeries, lots of physical therapy, and LOTS of paper exercise handouts.

Fred must admit, he was forgetful, busy, and a bit disorganized when it came to remembering his exercises, times, sets and reps, and especially where he put all those paper exercise handouts! Needless to say, the traditional approach wasn’t working. There had to be a better way to implement Home Exercise Programs, for both the patient and the therapist.

Fred and Joan did some research and found out that the majority of PT businesses still rely on outdated, confusing, and easy-to-lose paper handouts. So, they partnered with Andrew Kwan, co-founder, principal illustrator, and artistic director of PT-Helper, to design their patient-focused app from the ground up.

If you are ready to buck the status quo and make the leap to an intuitive and convenient approach to Home Exercise Programs, we’re here to help you.