Telerehabilitation - MTI

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Telerehabilitation engagement that achieves physical and occupational therapy intended outcomes.

Delivering Personalized, Interactive On-Demand Care.

Our patient centered musculoskeletal telerehab care delivers:

  • Easy user-friendly video therapy sessions
  • Personalized one-on-one therapy sessions with a licensed PT/OT
  • Decreased anxiety and absenteeism
  • Eliminate transport costs
  • Customized physical therapy from extensive exercise video library
  • Measurable screening tools and compliance monitoring
  • HIPAA Compliant with encrypted end to end security and privacy
  • Up to 6 people may be present during in each session, allowing for greater clinical collaboration and continuity of care

We are passionate about helping injured workers overcome chronic pain, avoid surgery, return-to-work and get back to doing what they love.

Connect With Our Physical Therapists

Jeffrey Ziblut

Jeffrey Ziblut
Director of
Physical Medicine
Marc Pyatt

Marc Pyatt
Physical Medicine
National Product Leader

Telerehabilitation Frequently Asked Questions

  • It is the remote provision of rehabilitation services, over a computer or mobile device, for example, a Skype or Facetime call with a physical therapist
  • All therapists are licensed in the state the injured worker is physically located
  • The patient can participate with a desktop or laptop computer, tablet or smartphone
  • The patient’s device requires a camera and microphone  
  • The patient must have Wi-Fi or internet access
  • The patient must provide an email address
  • It works just like a regular session, but online!  The therapist and patient can see and hear each other
  • Software allows the therapist to measure range of motion for evaluations and reevaluations
  • Therapists can assess functional movement and any limitations, demonstrate exercises, and assign exercise videos for patients to do independently
  • Whenever services are switched between locations or settings, a new evaluation is required.  This assures an up to date treatment plan and protection from liability issues  
  • Yes.  If concerns over COVID-19 have resolved and outpatient clinics re-open, they can return to the original therapist at any time with approval of the adjuster/NCM and the patient
  • Yes.  Patients like the convenience of getting therapy services at home or work without having to go to an outpatient location
  • The patients receive a 30-minute, fully remote,  one-on-one session with a licensed physical or occupational therapist
  • In many cases telerehabilitation provides more 1:1 time than in an outpatient clinic where therapists may treat multiple patients at once. Also, the patient is given a monitored intensive home exercise program to perform on a daily basis
  • Unfortunately, not yet.  We are working to assure coverage soon full coverage in the near future. States that are covered Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana , Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia. Please check with your case manager for updates on state coverage.

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