Telehealth is defined as an asynchronous text or video exchange or a synchronous audio or video appointment between a licensed provider and a patient through a HIPAA compliant software.
Patients to receive quality care from the comfort of their home while practicing social distancing efforts during this unprecedented time
Telehealth is not a "type" of physical therapy, but is simply the delivery method of care.
This care will continue to be a personalized version of care based upon each patient's individualized needs.
At MTS, our clinicians continue to offer individualized care to each patient based on their specific needs.
Telehealth is an opportunity to communicate and advance your current plan of care.
Remember, in the absence of effective communication and individualized care, your progress may be slowed or halted.
We as providers have had this type of visit on our radar for some time.
COVID-19 has expedited the delivery of this excellent method of care and we anticipate this being a method of service we can offer even once the pandemic is over which highlights patient convenience throughout their episode of care.
Telehealth is an option for patients unable to leave their home regardless of the current pandemic.
Most patients already own the technology to complete a virtual visit.
All that is needed is either a smartphone, a tablet, or a computer.
We are here to assist our patients with registering for our platform prior to their visit to ensure a smooth experience during the virtual visit.