Why Agile for Physical Therapy?
You might be surprised to know that virtual therapy works similarly to what you would experience with in-clinic therapy. In both cases, the patient meets with a licensed physical therapist to address aches, pains, injuries and chronic conditions, with the provider developing a treatment plan targeted specifically to that patient.
The difference with virtual therapy at Agile Virtual PT is that all of this takes place in your home with the use of technology. With either your computer or a mobile device, you’ll be connected to a provider who can watch you complete the exercises outlined in your treatment plan and discuss any of your concerns in real time.
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How our platform works
The licensed providers at Agile Virtual PT utilize the latest technological advancements in video communication to provide patients with evidence-based treatment — and the way it works couldn’t be easier. Simply download our app or click the appointment link provided to you when your appointment is scheduled, and you’ll be connected virtually to your physical therapist.
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Agile Virtual Care
Ready to find the relief your body needs in the type of comfortable environment you’ve always wanted? Schedule your appointment with an Agile Virtual Care provider today.
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