the University of Nottingham

Researchers conducted a study comparing traditional care with the digital intervention from Joint Academy to find outcome differences for knee osteoarthritis.

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By  Mallory Hackett 12:36 pm February 23, 2021
Digitally treating osteoarthritis through clinical, evidence-based programs can be more effective at reducing pain and improving physical function than routine self-managed care, according to research from JAMA Network Open. Researchers from the University of Nottingham conducted a randomized control trial comparing traditional care with the digital intervention from Joint Academy to find...