Giving Athletes The Power To Control Their Own Health Information
Wanngi gives athletes access to contribute to their health data in one place, no matter where they are. Integrate your Fitbit, Strava or Garmin device and optimise your performance.
Take control of your health.
Athletes need to understand, contribute and communicate their health and fitness information
- from injuries to allergies
- to their coaches, team doctors and assistants and assistants.
Wanngi makes that easy.
How it works.
Manage and keep track of your injuries like knee pain and their symptoms. With Wanngi, you’ll never have a small injury turn into a big one.
Connect your fitness wearables & measure your results.
Wanngi seamlessly integrates with your favourite wearables, so you can view and track all your fitness data in one place. Take this data and achieve your fitness dreams with Wanngi’s goals feature.
As secure as it gets.
We are perfectionists with our security. Consider the industry standard our starting point. Our high-level encryption means your data is as safe as possible. HIPAA-compliant protected health information storage. Not only that, we go above and beyond the Australian Federal Government’s security guidelines.
All your health information, in one place.
Securely store and save medical and clinical documents – from hospital discharge summaries to doctor referrals. Visited a hospital in the USA? No stress – you can upload CDA documents from that as easy as 1,2,3.
Keep your data with you, always.
Take your health information with you when you change coaches, sports, teams or countires. No matter what you’re doing, or where you are, your health information will be with you.
Access your health data globally
Wanngi is a web app – which means it runs from your internet browser on your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop, wherever you are in the world.
Are you an athlete struggling with injuries?
Whether you’re an athlete, a sports enthusiast or just an everyday person, you most likely have suffered at least one injury in your lifetime that took time to heal. Many athletes along with those who enjoy casual sport and exercising regularly, will know that every kind of physical activity can result in sore muscles every now and then. But certain kinds of pain are never a good sign. For example, if you are suffering or have suffered with knee pain, there are steps you can take to recover, and people who can help you to get there.