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A study by Luna confirms pelvic floor patients prefer "in-person" to "virtual-only" for at home care

Luna, the leading provider of in-home physical therapy, has unveiled a new patient study, which casts doubt on virtual-only care for pelvic floor disorders.

In the study, 97% of patients with pelvic floor disorders preferred to receive in-person physical therapy at home, with only 3% favoring app-based care, and the majority of patients agreed that they "would not even seriously consider a virtual-only care option."

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