Boston Globe: This Swedish digital health startup is coming to Rhode Island, hoping to reduce unnecessary surgeries for joint pain

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The founders of a Swedish digital clinic are looking to treat Rhode Islanders for their knee and other chronic joint pain. Joint Academy, cofounded by Jakob Dahlberg in 2014 with his father Leif Dahlberg, has already seen more than 70,000 patients across the globe through its treatment program, which connects patients with a licensed physical therapist through chat and video calls with the company’s app.

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