A new study of digital osteoarthritis treatment shows revolutionary results

Press releases   •   Dec 18, 2017 10:41 UTC

​A new study proves that osteoarthritis can be treated successfully with a digital treatment using artificial intelligence. With the treatment by Joint Academy, the participants in the study decreased their pain with 24% and increased their functionality with 21% after six weeks. 22% also stated that they were able to cut back on the medication they had previously taken for their osteoarthritis.

Study shows that digital treatment decreases the need for surgery

Press releases   •   Oct 22, 2018 07:54 UTC

For almost 21 million americans, osteoarthritis is a painful reality. Every year, almost 300 000 hip and 600 000 knee replacements are performed in the United States - many of which are due to osteoarthritis. But many of these could be avoided. A new clinical study shows that 31 percent of the patients set on surgery were no longer interested in it after six weeks in a digital treatment program.

​$7 million investment in digital health for osteoarthritis

Press releases   •   Sep 06, 2018 08:26 UTC

The e-health company Joint Academy is the biggest healthcare provider in Sweden when it comes to treating patients with osteoarthritis. Now, it is also announced that the they has raised a Series A investment of seven million US dollar. -Our vision is to become the global standard treatment for osteoarthritis globally, says Jakob Dahlberg

GHP Complete Care deliver tailored care for OA with Joint Academy

News   •   Nov 27, 2017 20:12 UTC

GHP Complete Care is a project that is run with Skandia, a Swedish bank- and insurance corporate group, since two years. Eva Jacobsson, Managing Director for the project, explains that GHP Complete Care’s mission is to keep the healthcare journey coherent. - We feel that Joint Academy fits our view well, since follow-up and feedback is so important, Eva Jacobsson, tells us.

Jakob Dahlberg - the National Winner of SKAPA Prize

Press releases   •   Nov 16, 2017 15:44 UTC

​In november, Jakob Dahlberg, founder of Arthro Therapeutics AB - a company that has developed a whole new way of treating people with osteoarthritis, received the national prize for young innovators that is handed out by the Swedish foundation SKAPA.

​A Growing Demand of Osteoarthritis Care

Press releases   •   Nov 02, 2017 15:58 UTC

Last year, almost 96.000 people in Sweden went to see a doctor because of their osteoarthritis, a number that has increased with 2.3% since the year before and 22,5% since 2007. This is according to the latest numbers from the National Board of Health and Welfare in Sweden.

​Arthro Therapeutics raises $2,2 million in funding

News   •   Dec 06, 2016 20:37 UTC

Arthro Therapeutics, a Swedish startup which makes a digital evidence-based intervention program for people with osteoarthritis, has raised $2,2 million.

First digital therapeutics service for osteoarthritis – Swedish breakthrough idea

News   •   May 12, 2016 08:59 UTC

​This week Arthro Therapeutics launches Joint Academy, a cutting-edge, web-based behavioral intervention program for people with osteoarthritis. The program is backed by clinical studies and has been successfully tested by 500 patients. Leading professors and physiotherapists from Lund University stand behind the science and treatment protocol.

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About Joint Academy

Restoring the freedom of movement to millions of people with osteoarthritis through science and technology.

At Joint Academy, we believe effective care of the most hard-to-treat conditions requires approaches beyond simply taking pills or doing surgery. We are transforming how medicine is delivered and how people get treated for osteoarthritis through the convergence of breakthrough science, big data, latest technology and beautiful design.


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