Smith+Nephew launches ARIA Home PT, a remote physical therapy solution designed to help patients perform their physical therapy at home, on demand and without using wearable sensors.

ARIA Home PT offers a customized experience for patients on their time and in their home, while still providing relevant actionable data for clinicians, by leveraging advanced technology, telehealth solutions from licensed physical therapists (PTs) and digital avatar-based guidance. This allows PTs and others responsible for the entire outpatient total joint replacement episode of care help drive better outcomes.

ARIA Home PT features advanced technology that keeps patients actively engaged in their own care and recovery, and care teams fully informed of each patient’s progress. Utilizing a 3D motion tracking technology-based solution for use at a patient’s home, it educates, engages and guides the patient through their PT regimen and provides robust data for clinician and PT review including number, duration and quality of reps on 25 different joints, a media release from Smith+Nephew explains.

“The launch of ARIA Home PT reinforces our commitment to help patients live a life unlimited via a full suite of products for the entire clinical episode of care. Now more than ever, remote telehealth solutions are critical to the success of our customers and the care of their patients.”

— Laura Rector, Vice President for Ambulatory Surgery Centers and Digital Health at Smith+Nephew

[Source(s): Smith+Nephew, PR Newswire]

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