Physiona, a med-tech platform that helps individuals access to physiotherapists services has launched across 14 states in Nigeria. The physiotherapy-based service platform has more than 200 physiotherapists across 14 states, offering physical therapy services at patients’ homes including treatments such as stroke rehabilitation, management of low back pain, joint pain, arthritis, and cerebral palsy.
The platform is designed to meet the health needs of individuals and organization. Physiona offers home care service for those who have difficulty in accessing hospitals or those who have undergone surgery and can not visit the hospital.
Also, organizations in need of medical experts to set up a proper work-fit environment for its workers and help those who need to undergo a fitness routine to get a proper fitness program can also use physiona digital platform. It carries out ergonomic assessments and apply ergonomic principles to prevent work-related musculoskeletal dysfunctions that can affect optimal work delivery. Physiona services help workers to stay at top productivity levels.
The platform offers free initial consultation with physiotherapists online as part of its services. Individuals can speak to a physiotherapist up to five minutes daily on Physiona. It also offers access to purchase of medical devices and therapeutic aids.
In a statement by Physiona Founder, Marvellous Posu during the launch, he said: “Physiotherapy is a crucial aspect of healthcare, but comprehensive healthcare services and knowledge of this practice are inaccessible to most Nigerians. Physiona is driven to change this by providing access to high-quality physiotherapy consultations and information for Nigerians on the go.
It was created to provide an inclusive online platform where Nigerians can easily obtain information on their health and consult with physiotherapists in Nigeria quickly and easily.
In addition, Co-Founder Titus Adenuga, said “The greatest motivation of the Physiona team is to witness pain and disability-free, highly functional communities of Nigerians who have access to physiotherapy services without the barrier of location or social status.”
This has been the drive for the Physiona team and its engineers to ensure this solution is available for people throughout the states via a digital platform that is easy to use by the average Nigerian and has been widely welcomed by hundreds of physiotherapists.
Founded in 2020 by two tech-savvy Nigerian physiotherapists trained at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Physiona offers a very interactive with an easy-to-use website available here. It can be accessed from the comfort of your home using your mobile devices and computers for swift physiotherapists consultations and services.