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Research shows that a biopsychosocial approach to treating musculoskeletal conditions delivers better results. PeerWell’s evidence-based programs leverage this proven model of whole person care.

Reduce MSK pain with a whole person approach

less physical therapy

Physical Therapy

Targeted exercises significantly reduces pain and improves physical function.

better discharge disposition

Nutrition

Protein, fat, and sugar are associated with increased pain intensity and lower pain threshold.

higher satisfaction

Mental Health

Stress reduction techniques and cognitive behavioral therapy lowers levels of pain.

1 in 2 Americans suffer from a musculoskeletal condition resulting in $213 Billion annual spend in treatment and lost wages.1

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PeerWell’s Digital Lower Back Program Reduced Back Pain by 35% and Improved Disability from Home

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Shoulder Injury & Rotator Cuff Repair (RCR) in the Construction Industry

Construction is one the largest industries in the USA that employs a manual laboring workforce, which yields a high volume of injuries. Specifically, musculoskeletal injuries and disorders (MSDs). Download this whitepaper and discover why construction and musculoskeletal shoulder injuries (unfortunately) go hand-in-hand and what you can do to treat it.

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Quantifying patient engagement in total joint arthroplasty using digial App-based technology

The Journal of Arthroplasty

The role of prehabilitation with a telerehabilitation system prior to total knee arthroplasty

Annals of Translational Medicine

PeerWell Reduces Outpatient Physical Therapy for Aging Total Joint Replacement Patients

CORE Institute

Associations between preoperative physical therapy and post-acute care utilization patterns and cost in total joint replacement

The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery

Effect of preoperative exercise on measures of functional status in men and women undergoing total hip and knee arthroplasty

Arthritis Care and Research

Prehab Improves Outcomes for Oncology Patients

Oncology Issues

High-intensity preoperative training improves physical and functional recovery in the early post-operative periods after total knee arthroplasty: a randomized controlled trial

Knee surgery, sports traumatology, arthroscopy

Prehabilitation improves physical function of individuals with severe disability from hip or knee osteoarthritis

Physiotherapy Canada

The Effectiveness of Prehabilitation (Prehab) in Both Functional and Economic Outcomes Following Spinal Surgery: A Systematic Review

Cureus

Prehabilitation versus usual care before total knee arthroplasty: A case report comparing outcomes within the same individual

Physiotherapy Theory and Practice

Prehab as an Alternative to Elective Spine Surgery

Global Spine Journal

Quantifying patient engagement in total joint arthroplasty using digial App-based technology

The Journal of Arthroplasty

The role of prehabilitation with a telerehabilitation system prior to total knee arthroplasty

Annals of Translational Medicine

PeerWell Reduces Outpatient Physical Therapy for Aging Total Joint Replacement Patients

White paper by CORE Institute

Associations between preoperative physical therapy and post-acute care utilization patterns and cost in total joint replacement

The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery

Effect of preoperative exercise on measures of functional status in men and women undergoing total hip and knee arthroplasty

Arthritis Care and Research

Prehab Improves Outcomes for Oncology Patients

Oncology Issues

High-intensity preoperative training improves physical and functional recovery in the early post-operative periods after total knee arthroplasty: a randomized controlled trial

Knee surgery, sports traumatology, arthroscopy

Prehabilitation improves physical function of individuals with severe disability from hip or knee osteoarthritis

Physiotherapy Canada

The Effectiveness of Prehabilitation (Prehab) in Both Functional and Economic Outcomes Following Spinal Surgery: A Systematic Review

Cureus

Prehabilitation versus usual care before total knee arthroplasty: A case report comparing outcomes within the same individual

Physiotherapy Theory and Practice

Prehab as an Alternative to Elective Spine Surgery

Global Spine Journal

1. “One in two Americans have a musculoskeletal condition”, ScienceDaily, https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/03/160301114116.htm.

“In a multi-site trial, patient populations using PeerWell’s PreHab technology experienced 25% lower hospital length of stay, 80% increased discharge to home without home health support and a 91% reduction in discharge to skilled nursing facilities.”

– Dr. Michael Mont, Orthopedic Surgeon, Northwell Orthopedic Institute

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