Join 10,000+ treated patients

Discover life without joint pain.

  • Personal licensed Physical Therapist
  • Easy activities to reduce your pain
  • Tools to track your progress
  • Covered by health plans

See how it works

Can an app really help with joint pain?

Specific training improves the stability of the joint and protects it from damage. The app makes it easy to connect with a licensed physical therapist, get reminders, and track your progress. This boosts motivation and improves treatment results.

A physical therapist

Your physical therapist supports you throughout the treatment and is always available to answer questions.

Personalized exercises

Physical activities that automatically adjust to you as you get better. And they only take 5 minutes a day.

Progress tracking

With data, it’s easy for both you and your physical therapist to follow up on your progress from week to week.

You won’t be our only success story.

You’ll be in good hands. But don’t take our word for it. 96 % of our patients would recommend our treatment to a friend.

Watch Jan’s story

“I don’t need any painkillers or surgery and I can still play tennis.”

Robert, Joint Academy patient

“It took me five minutes a day to make a difference and feel good.”

Lotta, Joint Academy patient

“My pain disappeared after a few weeks with Joint Academy.”

Ake, Joint Academy patient

A licensed Physical Therapist.
Just for you.

The Physical Therapist we connect you with is available to answer your messages every day of the week. The physical therapist also keeps an eye on your progress in the treatment, making sure that you stay on track and don’t lose sight of your goals.

Start your treatment today

No pills. No surgery. Just healthier joints.

Our peer-reviewed clinical studies show that Joint Academy patients reduce their pain, change their minds about surgery, and reduce their intake of medication.


Reduced pain

72% of patients lowered their pain clinically significantly.


Avoided surgery

47% of patients no longer wanted to undergo surgery.


Quit medication

42% of patients reported that they stopped taking medicine.

Invest in your health.

  • Personal Physical Therapist
  • Activities to reduce your pain
  • Education about joint pain
  • Tools to track your progress

Your health plan or employer might have you covered.


Start your journey to healthier joints. Your hips and knees will thank you.