Solve pain with Sword. Your people will thank you later.*
The only digital solution proven to be as engaging and clinically effective — or more — as high-intensity in-person physical therapy.Request demo
Musculoskeletal conditions are the #1 healthcare cost in the US2
We don’t take shortcuts
People Over Profit
We take a members-first approach to everything we do, from our PT-to-member ratio to our On-Call clinical support. Our members always feel connected. We use technology and data so that our PTs can enhance each member's program after every session. No automated playlists, blanket programs, or unqualified health coaches. Just real PTs, real people, real progress.
We’ve led the way. As leaders in the digital MSK space, we’ve consistently been the first to create clinical solutions that deliver a better way to treat pain. From our Digital Therapist to our launch of the first digital Pelvic Health solution, we’re just getting started.
We work with evidence. That means that our solutions aren’t simply hunches or following trends — they’re clinically-backed solutions borne out of data and research. We continue to earn the trust of our customers because the data doesn’t lie — our solutions work.
We are the only solution that provides tailored programs to every member, in every session, and on every step of their journey
Only Doctors Of Physical Therapy
Bespoke Rehabilitation Protocols
Holistic Patient Care
Our connected care model
We are the only solution that delivers program tailoring for every patient, every session, every condition.
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The Sword difference
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At Sword, we lead with clinical integrity. Everything we do stands by a commitment to moral and intellectual excellence, and that's seen and felt by our employees, our clients, our partners, and our members. It all starts with us.
We are the only digital MSK solution to have partnered with the American Physical Therapy Association.
The power of putting people first
10 weeks into the program my back pain completely dissolved. It’s like complete freedom from something that’s been terrorizing you 24 hours a day.
reduction in surgery intent
Sword members are up to 70% less likely to consider surgery at the end of their program. 8
of members are pain free*
Sword members report a 62% pain reduction at the end of their program. 9
Our clients love us so much we’ve never lost one.
We chose Sword over competing solutions because their clinical model and access to Doctors of Physical Therapy is unique and more effective for our team members. It was incredibly easy to change our MSK care to Sword. The Sword integration with our medical carrier has been seamless and their team has been very proactive in the communication plan to drive awareness and enrollment for the program.Matt DupreyBenefits Manager, Dominos
Home-Based Rehabilitation with a Novel Digital Biofeedback System Versus Conventional In-Person Rehabilitation After Total Knee Replacement: A Feasibility Study, Nature; Digital Versus Conventional Rehabilitation After Total Hip Arthroplasty: A Single-Center, Parallel-Group Pilot Study, JMIR.
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Dieleman, J. L., Cao, J., Chapin, A., et al. US Health Care Spending by Payer and Health Condition, 1996-2016. JAMA, 2020, 323(9):863–884. doi:10.1001/jama.2020.0734
Hudson, T. J., Edlund, M. J., Steffick, D. E., Tripathi, S. P. & Sullivan, M. D. Epidemiology of Regular Prescribed Opioid Use: Results from a National, Population-Based Survey. J. Pain Symptom Manage, 2008. - This source states that among opioid users 63% have back pain and 59% osteoarthritis.
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Validation Institute report on SWORD savings, 2021.
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*_% of members who enroll in our programs with moderate to severe pain and by the end of the program have only mild or no pain _Sword BoB H1 2023
J Pain Res. 2022 Jan 8;15:53-66. doi: 10.2147/JPR.S343308
Musculoskelet Sci Pract. 2023 Feb;63:102709. doi: 10.1016/j.msksp.2022.102709