Musculoskeletal disorders are the #1 cost drivers for employers.
Our digital solutions reduce costs and delight employees
Each year 54% of your workforce experiences a musculoskeletal disorder, such as chronic low back pain and knee pain. Chronic MSD's are largest cost drivers for employers, consuming on average 1 in 6 dollars of the medical and pharmacy budget
Best Practice Care Meets Digital
We use Artificial Intelligence, thoughtful design and cutting edge behavioral approach to digitize each facet of best practice care as a part of 12 week digital care program.
Cutting edge AI-powered motion tracking and correction technology guides participants through 15-20 min of exercise therapy each session. All in the comfort and convenience of their own home.
Full-time health coach
Each participant is supported by a full-time health coach who guides them through the program and monitors their progress along the way
Over 12 weeks, participants are guided through online health sessions that tackle the physical, social and psychological components of their condition.
Musculoskeletal disorders are painful and isolating. Each participant is matched with like-minded online peer group for added encouragement and accountability.
Every repetition is logged and every goal is documented. participants can appreciate their progress over time and employers can visualize aggregate data of their employees
When a participant finishes the program, they continue to receive support as long as they need it, so they can maintain the healthy lifestyle changes they have already started.
Our platform covers two of the most common and costly musculoskeletal condition at workplace.
Chronic knee pain is reported by all ages older than 18 years, with nearly one in three persons age 65 and older reporting chronic knee pain, and one in four (23.9/100) among those 45 to 64 years old. Females report a slightly higher rate of knee pain than males do.
Lower Back Pain
Back pain is the most common reason for health care visits among musculoskeletal disorders. 16% of the workers age 18 to 44 years and 17.1% of workers between 45 and 64 years of age were off work during 2012 with a diagnosis of neck or low back pain.