Our clinical outcomes prove that our program works

We are guided by science and experience from the most notable professors, PhD's, and clinicians in the field. Our patients' outcomes have proven that it's an effective approach.

Our peer-reviewed studies prove that Joint Academy changes lives

Joint Pain

After 30 weeks, participants in the Joint Academy program, on average reduce their joint pain by 46%. Pain levels are measured weekly on an NRS scale through patient reports. [1]

Self-Assessed Health

The self-assessed health of patients in the Joint Academy program increase with 26% after 15 weeks on average. This is measured on a weekly basis. [2]

Physical function

After 30 weeks, participants in the Joint Academy program, on average improve their physical function with 88%. This is measured through a sit-to-stand test during 30 seconds. [3]

Fear of physical activity

-70%

70% of the patients report less fear of physical activity after 6 weeks of using Joint Academy.

Less desired surgery

-24%

24% of the patients answered they did not want surgery anymore after completing the 6 week intervention

Medication usage

-22%

22% of the patients state to have removed or reduced their medication usage after completing the 6-week program.

[1,2,3] Published results are based on the six-week program

Research adds to our expertise

Since we value transparency, proficiency, and accuracy, our results are all published in scientific papers and confirmed by a third party.

2017

Journal of Medical Internet Research

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2016

JMIR Research Protocols

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Medical Advisory Board

Leif Dahlberg

Leif Dahlberg is an orthopedic professor with more than 25 years of research experience of the joint. Current research includes th…

Leif Dahlberg is an orthopedic professor with more than 25 years of research experience of the joint. Current research includes the cartilage on a molecular level, MRI, and clinical work focusing on the patient epidemiology. Dahlberg has published more than 100 peer reviewed science papers and is quoted close to 3000 times.

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Leif Dahlberg

Stefan Lohmander

Stefan Lohmander, MD, Ph.D., an international expert based at Lund University, has been focused on understanding relevant ways of …

Stefan Lohmander, MD, Ph.D., an international expert based at Lund University, has been focused on understanding relevant ways of observing the progression of osteoarthritis, as well as the disease etiology. His lifelong commitment to the field of osteoarthritis has always been focused on improving the treatment of osteoarthritis, and at the same time increase the patients' quality of life.

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Stefan Lohmander

George R. Dodge

George R. Dodge, Ph.D., helped establish the Medical & Scientific Advisory Board at Arthro in 2016. He is an Associate Professor o…

George R. Dodge, Ph.D., helped establish the Medical & Scientific Advisory Board at Arthro in 2016. He is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at University of Pennsylvania, Co-Director in a translational research center with a focus on musculoskeletal diseases, and directs a newly formed research program. He has researched about osteoarthritis and other inflammatory joint diseases for more than 25 years.

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George R. Dodge

Lynn Snyder-Mackler

Lynn Snyder-Mackler, Sc.D., is an internationally recognized clinician and researcher. Her studies concern sports and orthopaedic …

Lynn Snyder-Mackler, Sc.D., is an internationally recognized clinician and researcher. Her studies concern sports and orthopaedic treatment. She is a professor with double positions at University of Delaware's department for physiotherapy and has authored over 200 scientifically published articles. Snyder-Mackler continuously strives to improve her patients' results by innovative methods.

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Lynn Snyder-Mackler

Steven R. Goldring

Emeritus Professor of Medicine Steven R. Goldring is also Chief Scientific Officer Emeritus at the Hospital for Special Surgery in…

Emeritus Professor of Medicine Steven R. Goldring is also Chief Scientific Officer Emeritus at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, USA. His 30 year long experience in research has been focussed on clarifying the mechanisms that are involved in the regulaton of bone remodeling. Goldring has combined his research with a passion for patient care, while asking critical, scientific questions.

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Steven R. Goldring

Christian G. Pfeifer

The surgeon Christian G. Pfeifer, MD., currently based in Regensburg, Germany, mainly cares for patients who in some way suffer fr…

The surgeon Christian G. Pfeifer, MD., currently based in Regensburg, Germany, mainly cares for patients who in some way suffer from a long term degeneration of the joints. In addition to being a certified surgeon with a focus on orthopaedics and trauma, Pfeifer is also an established scientists with significant, international experience in hypertrophy in tissue engineering of cartilage.

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Christian G. Pfeifer

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