RecoveryOne is more than physical therapy.

This is getting back to a happier, healthier you.

At the heart of what we do is making a difference for our members — a positive change they can feel each day.

We’re here to help you get back to your life, full of energy and free of pain.


“It’s excellent! I like the variety of exercises and the ability to give feedback.”


“I have had low back pain for years. I started this program 10 weeks ago and it is amazing. My back pain has been reduced by more than half and it is easier to move around. I’m not as tight or as stiff as I was in the beginning. I love the exercises—they are low impact and easy to do and it only takes about 20 minutes a day. I plan on keeping them in my routine once the program ends.”


“The platform is the epitome of what future consumer health should be. It’s a health platform that is easy, obvious, and medically sound… I attribute my complete recovery to the platform.”


“I started RecoveryOne in 2020 and continued sessions for a few months. The therapist and my RecoveryOne contact was very helpful, reminding me to do exercises in a timely manner and helping me with my questions. Since I chose to do a guided session, which was logging what I did and for how long, it motivated me to do exercises without missing them. I felt my muscles became a little stronger than before. It is helpful if you do it three to four times a week in guided sessions.”


“It was like taking my physical therapist with me everywhere I went. I could access my rehab sessions whenever and wherever I wanted. All I needed to do was log in and start exercising. If the exercises were too hard, the program would automatically adjust the next rehab session to be slightly easier. I think that this is the future of physical therapy. The ability to do rehabilitation anywhere for significantly less is impressive.”


“Going through the platform is a piece of cake. The program is easy to use and easy to access. The exercises are designed specifically for me and the instructions are not difficult to follow.”