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.
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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.