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Study shows that digital treatment decreases the need for surgery

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

​$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

A new study of digital osteoarthritis treatment shows revolutionary results

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.

Jakob Dahlberg - the National Winner of SKAPA Prize

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

​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.