Professional Physical Therapy announces a new partnership with Luna, a provider of on-demand physical therapy, to expand its at-home therapy services through Luna’s technology platform and network of therapists.
The in-person delivery service launched across the New York City metropolitan area on April 2, 2021.
“At Professional, we believe in treating our patients, not just their injuries. We customize individual recovery plans and strive to meet the patients where they are.Adding Luna’s platform for on-demand, delivery PT to our in-home offerings will give patients greater flexibility and convenience in their care.”
— Professional Physical Therapy CEO Dan Dourney
Professional offers telehealth and in-home physical therapy for patients who are unable to visit a clinic. The addition of Luna will add on-demand delivery care available to all Professional patients at no additional cost; it will be billed the same way as a visit to a Professional outpatient clinic.
Luna is designed to matche patients with therapists based on specialty, geography, schedules, and other factors. When patients request in-home care, a qualified therapist will visit them at a time of their choosing for a one-on-one session and will take appropriate precautions to avoid the spread of COVID-19. Patients will see the same physical therapist for each visit, using the same approach that’s used for in-clinic care. Professional’s multi-specialty care in in pre- and post-surgery recovery, total joint rehabilitation, and ambulatory and balance training will all be available through Luna, a media release explains.
“Professional is dedicated to using the latest technology and services to give their patients the best outcomes and experience in their care treatment. Luna is excited to dramatically expand the quality physical therapy Professional is providing to the Northeast.”
— Palak Shah, Head of Clinical Services at Luna
The new service is available to Professional patients in New York. Currently, Professional has more than 180 clinics in five states. Luna works with health systems and physical therapy groups to provide in-home care via in-person delivery in 25 markets and 15 states across the country, including Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Texas, and Washington State, per the release.
[Source(s): Luna, GlobeNewswire]
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