Deliver high quality outcomes and patient satisfaction.
Extend MSK care at-home and gain new reimbursements.
Meet Plethy Recupe
Recupe augments the clinic and the physical therapist by supporting patients in following their care programs and PT prescribed HEPs.
Plethy Recupe delivers easy to follow personalized at-home care programs for all musculoskeletal conditions with recovery metrics.
Recupe is reimbursable.
Recupe is for all musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions :: Non-surgical and Surgical.
Recupe is for all major joints :: Ankle, knee, hip, lower back, cervical, shoulder, elbow, and wrist.
Plethy Recupe includes a wearable biosensor device, app-based programs, cloud-based data analytics, and behavior-based coaching.
Implementation is simple
Plethy Recupe is a turn key engagement. Clinic workload is minimal.
Recupe team does patient set up and training.
Recupe team ships sensor to patient.
Recupe team monitors patient engagement.
Recupe team coaches patient.
Alerts and Analytics
Recupe provides alerts and analytics.
Recupe team provides billing report.
For surgical patients
Recupe™ helps your patients manage everything from pre-operative preparation to post-operative recovery.
Recupe is fully customizable to your care protocols, pre-op and post-op instructions.
Recupe is reimbursable
Recupe is an innovative way to not only track the progress of my joint patients, but it also adds another level of communication between my patients and our staff reassuring them that they are receiving the best care. My patients love it, and so do I.Dr. Paul Sasaura, Summit Orthopedic Specialist
For non-op patients
Recupe™ supports your patient in managing their recovery in the comfort and safety of their own home
by providing them with easy to follow at-home recovery programs, including exercises and coaching, with outcome metrics.
My non-op patients experience access to care issues. They drive hours to consult with me. Plethy Recupe lets me stay connected with them and monitor their recovery. They love the easy to follow recovery programs that they can do at home.
Dr. Aaron Roberts, Ohio Health