Sway Sports App

FAQs

How do I reset my password?

Your password can be reset through the web portal located at  https://portal.swaymedical.com/account/forgot or simply go to the online portal at portal.swaymedical.com, click the “forgot password” button, enter your email address and click “send reset”. You should receive a password reset link in your email inbox.

Can I view the tutorials without purchasing the app or logging into my account?

Tutorials are accessible through the Sway application on your mobile device by choosing the “Help” section from the tab in the upper left hand corner. You can also access training materials on our YouTube channel at youtube.com/sway. If the tutorials do not answer your questions, please feel free to contact us via email and a customer support representative will respond within 24 business day hours.

Can I group the profiles into categories (i.e. by sport)?

The grouping feature is a great way to organize profiles and keep track of multi-level user access. You can label groups by any preferred naming structure including sport, team name, or organization. Administrators can also control which groups users can access.

How do I add users?

Every health care professional should be assigned a user account. Additional users added at a different date than the initial user will receive a prorated rate from the initial user’s anniversary date or date of purchase. You can create new user accounts from the web portal by logging into your account at portal.swaymedical.com.

How many times should I conduct initial testing?

We recommend testing each individual 3 to 4 times to establish an accurate baseline measurement. Multiple tests during initial testing familiarize both the patient and the instructor to the testing process.

What are the standards for balance measurement using Sway Balance?

Currently, Sway’s balance test is designed for comparison between an individual’s established baseline score and his or her current score. A medical professional can then analyze the deviation between scores to determine appropriate action. Sway is intended to serve as an objective measurement of balance, not as a diagnostic or determinant of any specific medical condition.

Post-injury, what does the averaged overall score indicate?

The averaged overall score is best used in establishing an accurate baseline measurement by averaging the scores from the initial baselines tests. Post-injury, averaging pre and post injury scores does not necessarily generate a score for comparison or measurement. However, each post-injury score provides more detailed information by touching on the specific data point. The graph allows medical professionals to easily track post-injury scores and identify trends within that individual.

Can Sway Balance be used to diagnose specific conditions?

The Sway System is intended to assess sway as an indicator of balance and reaction time as a measure of cognitive function. The system is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition or disease. It is designed to provide an affordable, convenient, and portable screening tool for balance assessment and should not replace an evaluation by a medical professional.

Can I check to make sure my device is working properly?

You can make sure your device is working correctly by opening the Sway application and clicking the more menu, then selecting “hardware verification”. A hardware verification test will determine if your device is accurately measuring accelerometry data.

Profiles added or removed from a group don’t show up in the Sway Balance app.

If changes do not take place immediately you can sync your device. Go to Menu > Sync > Full Sync. New changes will display after syncing completes. If the problem is not solved with synchronization, log in to the web portal and make sure the profile is in an active group.

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