In a look at North Carolina-based Greensboro Orthopaedics' recent decision to leverage our Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA™) in the treatment of its patients, Elizabeth Hofheinz, M.P.H., M.Ed., writing in Orthopedics This Week, talks to Greensboro orthopedic surgeon Frank V. Aluisio, M.D. about some of the benefits he's encountered firsthand from working with the innovative service.
“I first worked with Reflexion Health’s virtual therapy model as part of the Duke Clinical Research Institute VERITAS study,” Dr. Aluisio told Hofheinz. “And the early results were off the charts, both in terms of recovery and patient satisfaction.”
“One of my biggest concerns with digital physical therapy was that patients might have difficulty achieving full range of motion with this model. But much to my surprise, they were not only achieving full extension, but doing so way ahead of schedule—and much earlier than with standardized therapy.”
And that's just the beginning. You can read the full article here.