Imagine sending a referring surgeon real-time documentation showing them their patient’s improved mobility, muscle strength and reduced pain. Shoulder surgery patients results are proven and now you can share these results as well as you detailed care plan right from your EMR instantly.

Most patients who receive physical therapy after surgery experience only half as much pain within a few months, and most are free from pain after a year or two, according to a thesis presented at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden. …Physical therapy should be regarded as the first course of treatment, with surgery reserved for those who do not receive adequate improvement from therapy alone. The two most common procedures are arthroscopic subacromial decompression and rotator cuff repair.

Source: ALLIED MEDIA, A DIVISION OF ANTHEM MEDIA GROUP | PHYSICAL THERAPY PRODUCTS

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