Submitted on Thu, 06/06/2024 - 09:47

A report released today revealed that virtual health technologies, when guided by a physical therapist, deliver ″clinically meaningful improvements in pain and function″ for patients with musculoskeletal conditions.

The report, Virtual Musculoskeletal Solutions Health Technology Assessment, was released by the nonprofit Peterson Health Technology Institute, or PHTI. PHTI independently reviewed more than 2,000 pieces of literature and concluded that many virtual MSK solutions offer clinical benefits to patients that are comparable to in-person physical therapy.

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