As the opening day draws nearer, we grow more and more excited to see the fantastic competitors and amazing events that make up the Invictus Games.
The Invictus Games is an international sporting competition for wounded, injured, and sick servicemen, women, and veterans which first took place in 2014. The 90-strong UK Team is delivered by a partnership comprising of Help for Heroes, The Royal British Legion, and the Ministry of Defence.
This year we’ll be supporting our UK team, trained by Help for Heroes, in more ways than one.
As a large portion of our clients are based in the physiotherapy industry, we’re no strangers to supporting popular sporting events. So, when one of our practitioners approached us regarding the Invictus Games we jumped at the chance to get on board!
We’re very proud to say that PPS will be supporting the physiotherapists that take care of our UK athletes at this year’s games.
We’re providing full use of our PPS Hosted services, giving the practitioners flexible, online access to their data across multiple devices, in any location. So, they can get started here in the UK in the run-up to the games and log in again when they arrive in Canada with no fuss!
The team will have a multitude of PPS tools at their disposal including custom forms, clinical notes, image annotation, and a flexible appointments diary.
Over the last few weeks, we have been working closely with the practitioners to make sure that they are equipped with all of the knowledge that they need to ensure PPS makes their lives easier during the games, working together to make sure that the physios take advantage of PPS’ many customisable features to suit their needs, allowing them to focus on the treatment of competitors.
PPS has long been a support mechanism for practitioners worldwide who help to heal and aid recovery, but it isn’t very often that we get to see the results of the help and support that we provide, albeit behind the scenes!
We really like the ethos behind the Invictus Games and we are grateful for the opportunity to be able to give back to our brave servicemen and women.