Hinge Health has announced the launch of Hinge Health Global, a dedicated solution to address the impact of chronic pain in the global workforce. Hinge Health Global enables multinational employers to provide personalized digital musculoskeletal (MSK) care worldwide, through a single platform.

MSK conditions affect more than 1.7 billion people worldwide and are a leading cause of disability. Challenges in accessing timely and convenient care for MSK disorders are a global phenomenon. Healthcare systems around the world struggle to effectively manage chronic pain, leading to employee absenteeism and reduced productivity. At the same time, employers lack the tools to address this challenge across their whole population and provide equitable benefits to their global workforce.

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Hinge Health Global makes highly personalized and consistent digital MSK care available to employees across global workforces, and includes:

Personalized care

Members receive dynamically personalized care plans to help manage their pain and improve functional ability.

Seamless full-body care

Over 75% of people with MSK pain experience it in multiple areas of their body. Hinge Health Global allows members to receive care for multiple impacted areas at once and adjust their plan based on changing needs.

TrueMotion exercise feedback

Hinge Health’s proprietary computer vision technology provides real-time exercise guidance and feedback.

Immediate accessibility. 

Members can start their program the same day they sign up using their own phone or tablet without needing to wait for an appointment or take time out of work to receive care.

Localized experience

All content is thoughtfully localized with culturally relevant translations.

Launching Soon

Hinge Health Global launches in Canada, the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, and the Netherlands this year, and will be available in 40+ countries across the Americas, Europe, and Asia in 2025.

“Even in countries where employers don’t directly pay for healthcare, they still feel the impact of MSK disorders on reduced productivity and increased absenteeism,” says Daniel Perez, co-founder and CEO of Hinge Health. “Drawing on our delivery of over 25 million exercise therapy sessions, we’ve developed a digital MSK solution that works globally, offering equitable, personalized care to employees outside the US.”