pt-helper is a program designed to help people perform physical therapy exercises. This software reads in exercise information from a file, and then it uses this information to generate a random physical therapy routine.
The program can either read the names of the exercises to the user as the user performs them or generate the routine as text (which the user can copy into a file and print out).
When combined with a wireless mouse or other input device, pt-helper becomes a powerful tool for conducting a physical therapy routine.
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pt-helper is written in Python, so you'll need a Python interpreter to get anything working. It also depends on several Python modules; see the DEPENDENCIES section below if you have any problems. If you do have all the dependencies, you should be able to run the program just by running the pt-helper script with a Python interpreter. From a shell, the following command should do the trick:
$ python pt-helper.py
Users of graphical file managers can probably double-click the pt-helper script to achieve the same effect.