MedCity News January 21, 2022
Emma Bardin

A new study from Mayo Clinic found the Limber Health digital exercise therapy app – virtual physical therapy – is effective for musculoskeletal care, and it is now reimbursable.

New research out of the Mayo Clinic published in Archives of Rehabilitation Research and Clinical Translation found that the Limber Health digital exercise therapy app not only helped reduce patients’ pain and increased their function, but it did so more effectively than in-person physical therapy (PT).

As of January 1, such virtual physical therapy is now reimbursable, ensuring providers receive payment for remote therapeutic monitoring (RTM) through Limber and other similar apps. A Limber news release said the company helped drive the change to approve billing codes for RTM.

Limber’s physician...

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