OneStep For Surgeons
OneStep captures objective gait and motion analysis data from prehab through rehab, providing surgeons with unprecedented patient data and statistics without any wearables.
Receive on-demand progress reports with OneStep’s continuous objective gait and motion analysis data, functional assessments, and patient-reported outcomes for the most comprehensive patient data and statistics surrounding your interventions.
Access real-time patient mobility data and notifications regarding fall risk and change of status to intervene proactively – preventing adverse events and unnecessary costs.
Use OneStep to standardize post-surgical care with your own unique protocols and the ability to monitor valuable recovery data while staying better connected.
With a 12-week retention rate of >75%, OneStep improves long-term clinical outcomes and keeps patients satisfied – giving you the tools you need to demonstrate success, document high-quality care, and grow your practice.
Leverage OneStep’s technology to extend your practice with digital physical therapy services and grow your revenue with remote therapeutic monitoring – using your own clinicians or OneStep’s in-house therapists.
When you partner with OneStep, we’ll help you set up your account with your name, image and personalized settings.
Your patients will use this code upon signing up for OneStep, which will automatically link them to your account.
Easily track your patients recovery from the OneStep Clinc interface.
OneStep’s first-of-its-kind technology was designed to bring you clinically accurate data using only patients’ smartphones, allowing practitioners to adjust recovery protocols based on real-time demonstrated progress.
members consider OneStep to be essential to their recovery.
complete their full course of care, with industry-high adherence and compliance.
successfully achieve their therapy goal, and report reduced pain, increased mobility and better quality of life.
increase in therapist efficiency for PTs using OneStep, allowing more patients to be treated, more effectively.